Realty Capital Breaks Ground on 16-Story Luxury Residential Tower on Lake Grapevine

Designed by Merriman Anderson Architects, the tower will feature everything from a golf simulator to a billiards room to an elevated pool deck overlooking the lake. It's part of the new 40-acre Lakeside Village resort community development.

A groundbreaking ceremony was held recently for a new, 16-story residential tower on Lake Grapevine. The tower will offer “fantastic” views of the lake, says Merriman Anderson Architects—and we presume boaters on the lake will have pretty good views of the tower, too.

Located at 3111 Sunset Boulevard on Lake Grapevine in Flower Mound, the tower is being developed by Irving-based Realty Capital Residential. Merriman Anderson designed the building; Archer Western is the contractor.

Luxury amenities will abound

Slated to be completed in 2025, the residential tower will offer 207 one-, two- and three-bedroom units including penthouses and townhomes. A long list of resident amenities includes a golf simulator, billiards room, full-service bar, concierge, “state-of-the-art” fitness center, valet, and an elevated pool deck overlooking the lake. “Guest suites” and on-site structured parking for retail and residents will be available, along with outdoor spaces for gatherings.

“Residents of the new luxury tower will be provided with state-of-the-art amenities as well as entertainment, dining, and shopping options within walking distance,” Jennifer Picquet-Reyes, principal and team leader at MAA, said in a statement. “The residences offer fantastic views of Lake Grapevine and the Spanish Mediterranean design of the building cohesively aligns with the architectural style of the entire Lakeside Village project.” 

Part of 40-acre Lakeside Village resort community

The tower is part of Lakeside Village—a new 40-acre resort community development that represents the final phase of a 160-acre Lakeside mixed-use project. Lakeside Village already has an existing residential tower plus hotels, lakefront restaurants, office space, retail shops, walking trails, and an outdoor performance venue.

The new 3111 Sunset tower will be adjacent to a new community lawn.

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