JPI Begins Work on 800 Grand Prairie Apartment Units
Developer JPI has broken ground on the first phase of Jefferson Loyd Park, a Class A development that will bring 450 multifamily homes to Grand Prairie. First occupancy for the first phase of Jefferson Loyd Park is planned for January 2025. Phase two of the project will feature 352 additional homes and is set to begin construction late 2023.
The new community, made up of eight 3-story walkup buildings, will span over 25 acres and will feature urban-style architecture. Amenities include a resort-style pool with cabanas, a fitness center equipped with virtual exercise class offerings, and convenient access to Loyd Park and Joe Pool Lake.
JPI’s Blake Taylor added, “Jefferson Loyd Park will provide residents with a place to call home that is urban yet has easy access to Loyd Park and Joe Pool Lake. It’s the best of both worlds.”
Partners on the project include the lender, Happy State Bank; architect, Demarest; and civil engineering, Kimley Horn.
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