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Panteras, Miyama Partner on Student Housing at Texas Wesleyan

Student housing developer Panteras Development Partners and owner-operator Miyama USA Texas have entered into a long-term ground lease with Texas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth. The result will be The Rosedale, an on-campus student housing project less than a minute away from the heart of campus.

Miyama USA Texas and Panteras worked closely with Texas Wesleyan’s Division of Student Affairs and received input from current TXWES graduate and undergraduate students.

“We took great care to design plans for a development that is a good fit for the neighborhood and for the university,” said Alex Bryant, co-founder and managing partner of Panteras. “Our team’s experience and close interaction with Texas Wesleyan culminated in the unique plan for this challenging development site.”

Leading the development efforts for Panteras are Bryant and Jake Proctor. Overseeing funding and management of the community are Miyama USA Texas CEO Takeharu Miyama and president Sawako Miyama.

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