The 257-unit, four-story property was planned and designed by Houston-based architect EDI International. It includes studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom units ranging from 634 to 1,270 square feet in size. The exterior mixes multiple types and colors of brick against a white stone façade, while the interior presents white and gray tones against light wood accents.
“Haven at Mansfield encapsulates Ascendant’s strategy to develop luxury apartment communities in submarket locations in Texas characterized by strong household formation and job growth coupled with high barriers to entry for competing multifamily,” said David Kulkarni, principal of Ascendant, in the press release.
Ascendant’s portfolio is entirely concentrated in large Texas markets, with the exception of one property in Nashville. The firm recently completed a 131-unit build-to-rent property, Preserve at Woodridge, in Kingwood, Texas, and broke ground on a 231-unit garden-style development, Haven at Treeline, in Tomball, Texas.