Multi-family developer ZOM Living offers a garden-style luxury rental community with 378 units in the Dallas metro area

ZOM Living has delivered its latest development, Mezzo Dallas, consisting of 378 garden-style luxury rental apartments in Dallas, Texas.

ZOM Living, one of the nation’s largest multi-family housing developers, offers its latest development, Mezzo Dallas, a 15-acre luxury rental complex comprised of 378 garden-style luxury rental apartments in Dallas, UA. Texas. The first moves are already taking place at Mezzo Dallas, located in the desirable Highway 380 corridor north of Dallas. This is the 7th multi-family development ZOM is delivering in the Dallas metro area and its 12th project in the Texas market.

Conveniently located in the booming suburb of Dallas, Mezzo Dallas consists of 13 garden-style buildings. Units at the property include one, two, and three bedrooms ranging from 700 to 1,560 square feet. Rental rates for newly delivered units range from $1,383 to $3,155, depending on unit size and number of bedrooms.

The Dallas suburb is near several major employment hubs, which collectively house more than 23 million square feet of Class A office space, including Legacy Business Park and the North Frisco Platinum Corridor.

“Mezzo Dallas continues ZOM Living’s plans to expand and provide condo-style accommodations at an accessible rental rate in growing communities. The garden-style residential community we now offer provides a new standard of living for young professionals and families seeking luxury rentals in suburban Dallas,” said Jason Haun, Senior Vice President of ZOM Living. “ZOM Living continues to invest in Dallas given the strong fundamentals of its multifamily market, fueled by steady population and employment growth.”

The residential community offers state-of-the-art amenities for residents including a coworking co-working space, chic lounge, resort-style pool, outdoor kitchen and dining area, game room, fitness center quality with a yoga studio, dog park and pet spa. , as well as surface car parks and private garages.

ZOM Living spares no detail in the finishes of the Mezzo Dallas luxury apartments. Each unit is outfitted with sleek quartz countertops and island kitchens, vinyl floors, stainless steel appliances including French door refrigerators, lighted vanity mirrors, spacious walk-in closets, and lighting. under cabinets. Some residences also have private courtyards.

The Mezzo Dallas community puts residents close to an array of dining options such as Fortune Star Chinese & Thai Cuisine, Godfather’s Pizza, The Crazy German, and Fuzzy’s Taco Stop. CVS and LA Fitness are steps from the property, and grocers like Kroger and Tom Thumb are also in the surrounding community. The Mezzo property is located near the future 2,544-acre Headquarters Ranch, which will house a 600-acre PGA headquarters and luxury Omni hotel and golf resort.

ZRS Management provides leasing and property management services to Mezzo Dallas. Financing for the construction was provided by Synovus Bank. Stanford Construction provided the general contracting services and JHP Architecture was the project architect.

ZOM Living continues to expand its presence in the Texas market, where it has had an active presence for 20 years from its regional office in Dallas. The company also broke ground last year on a multi-family development under construction called Hazel by the Galleria, 398 luxury apartments near the premier shopping destination and the Galleria Dallas mixed-use development, and last year delivered Atelier, a 41-story skyscraper with 417 units with panoramic views of Uptown and Downtown Dallas.

ZOM Living is an industry leader, with a nationally recognized reputation for cutting-edge project design and premium interior spaces. Since its founding over 44 years ago, ZOM has built over 23,000 apartments nationwide, with an overall development value of $4.5 billion. The company’s current development pipeline includes more than 5,500 multifamily and senior housing units across the United States, including Texas, Florida, North Carolina, Arizona and Washington DC.


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