Located at 3310 Oakwell Court in northeast Alamo Heights and spanning 11 acres, this property has added 311 apartment homes to the existing 289 luxury homes of phase one. This development offers mid-century modern architecture in the middle of a live oak oasis featuring a walking trail surrounding the entire community among its unique, appealing amenities.
“Leasing the second phase of the Tobin Estate Apartments is an exciting step in providing the next great San Antonio living experience,” said Tim Harris, senior vice president for Rosewood Property Company. “From the apartment home plans to the finishes and the plethora of community amenities, we tried to uplift the human experience for our residents here at the Tobin Estate.”
The two four-story buildings feature 304 apartment homes with one-, two-, and three-bedroom floorplans. An additional building with seven townhomes diversifies the development’s available living options, which are all nestled in a sanctuary of live oaks which have been carefully preserved creating one of San Antonio’s most unique apartment destinations. The Tobin Estate community area provides a relaxing pool with an elevated pool house including grills and a communal dining space.
“The massive indoor/outdoor workout center will meet the expectations of any gym enthusiast, no matter their fitness level,” said Harris. “The Resident Lounge provides indoor and outdoor spaces to relax while soaking in the nature that makes The Tobin Estate one of a kind. There is not a property in San Antonio with this type of environment that offers residents so many luxury amenities.”
The interiors feature two color schemes with quartz counters, custom lighting, wood plank flooring, stainless steel appliances, single-bowl farm sinks, tiled showers and oversized tubs. The townhomes have attached garages.
LandDesign serves as the landscape design architect, B2 Architecture + Design is the interior designer, and Westwood is the civil engineer. Oden Hughes Taylor Construction is the contractor and WDG Architecture is the architect. Texas Capital Bank provided the construction loan.