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Wood Partners Breaks Ground in Medical Center District

Wood Partners has broken ground on its new Houston apartment community, Alta Med Main in the Texas Medical Center district. It’s adjacent to the TMC3 project, a 30-acre mixed-use campus directly north.

“Alta Med Main is poised to benefit from Houston’s ever-expanding Texas Medical Center,” said Bart Barrett, managing director for Wood Partners’ Houston office. “This is a key location that grants our residents access to high-paying, competitive careers, and all that Houston’s nightlife and cultural scenes have to offer.”

He added that Wood is “excited to be located within a strong submarket with healthy occupancy and strong growth that is also within close proximity to major employment centers, retail, outdoor space and major thoroughfares.”

The 338-unit Alta Med Main is scheduled to open in spring 2020. It will offer a mix of one and two-bedroom plans, and both indoor and outdoor amenities.

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