National multifamily developer JPI is returning to the Uptown area with a brand new project: A Class A development in Cityplace near the northeast corner of US-75/Central Expressway and Haskell Drive. This property will be JPI’s first community built in the area in over 10 years.
“It’s no surprise that downtown Dallas is booming, and Jefferson Central will be a true live, work, and play environment due to its proximity to both Uptown and the Central Business District,” said Miller Sylvan, senior vice president and regional development partner for JPI’s Central Region. “These neighborhoods are home to more than 190,000 jobs and millions of square feet of the hottest retail, dining, and entertainment options in Dallas.”
Jefferson Central will consist of 430 apartment homes throughout five acres.
Scheduled to open in fall 2021, the community will feature urban-style architecture with above the market interior finishes and high-quality upgrades, including designer kitchen spaces with islands, hardwood-look flooring, and minimum 10-foot ceilings in every unit.
Community amenities will include 1,675 square feet of lounge space with views of downtown Dallas, a cooking demonstration kitchen, pet park with grooming station, Uber lounge, resort-style pool, business center, state-of-the-art fitness center with spin and yoga studio, and a coffee bar.
For this project, JPI will retain partnerships with many of the top consultants within the multifamily industry including WDG Architecture Dallas, United Structural Consultants, Jordan & Skala Engineers, Kimley-Horn and Associates, TBG Partners, Dement Designs, Scott Oldner Lighting Design, Intertek-PSI, Realpage, Inc., Skarkenzski Consulting and Fource Communications.
“Jefferson Central is located at the center of Dallas’ explosive growth and continues to strengthen JPI’s presence in this growing urban market,” said Payton Mayes, executive vice president and regional managing partner at JPI. “We will continue to be active throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex and have some new and exciting things to come in the future.”