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Wolfe Investments converting Plano office to apartments

Plano-Based Wolfe Investments Busy Converting Offices to Housing

Wolfe Investments is busy in the adaptive reuse space. The company is working with Bluelofts on a reconstruction project in Fort Worth, converting the old Star-Telegram/Oil & Gas buildings into a mixed use project.

Now Wolfe plans to transform an 18-story office building into a 238-unit Class A multifamily building. The Plano-based firm purchased the office tower at 211 N. Ervay, initially constructed in 1958. 

Upon completion, the unit mix will include studio; one-bed, one-bath; and two-bed, two-bath floor plans complete with a fitness center and business lounge.

Construction of the new multifamily building is expected to take 14 to 16 months. 


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