Crane Watch Update: McKinney apartments sell, 1,609 more units in DFW underway (Dallas Business Journal)

Our client KWA Construction has topped out on the second phase of Arlington Commons landing them a feature in Dallas Business Journal‘s Crane Watch update. This second phase, called The Truman, will have 358 units and will be completed by August 2021. Located in Arlington, Texas, this phase will feature units ranging from studios to three bedrooms and range in size […]

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KWA Construction Tops Out on Affordable Senior Living Units for Phase II of Columbia Renaissance Square (Senior Living News)

Our client KWA Construction has topped out on phase II of Columbia Renaissance Square in Fort Worth, Texas. This luxury yet affordable senior housing is designed to achieve certification by National Green Building Standard™ for improved energy efficiency, indoor air quality and lower utility costs. “Our ongoing partnership with Columbia Residential continues in earnest with the topping out of Columbia […]

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Students aren’t the only ones who have returned to Austin College in Texas (Building Design + Construction)

After our client’s successful completion of two student housing projects for Austin College 10 years ago, KWA Construction was brought back to complete the newest addition: North Flats. Just in time for the fall semester, this bright Victorian-styles building will include 38 new units. Read the full article by Building Design + Construction here.

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Brian Webster says repeat clients keep this multifamily construction firm rolling (Dallas Business Journal)

KWA Construction President, Brian Webster, landed a spot on the prestigious Dallas Business Journal’s 40 Under 40. Webster’s recent accomplishments made him a standout candidate in a pool of several hundred other young corporate executives, entrepreneurs and business leaders.  Read Dallas Business Journal’s full article here.

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KWA Construction president weighs in on shifting multifamily market (Dallas Business Journal)

Almost 30,000 new apartments are scheduled to hit the market in North Texas this year, which should help the region maintain its title as the top multifamily construction market in the country. Even so, permits for new Dallas-Fort Worth area apartments are down from last year’s numbers, according to RealPage Inc., a Richardson-based real estate software and analytics company. KWA […]

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