Proposed Vue II at the Quarter Would Bring 150 More Units to the Upper Westside

Developers have filed a Special Administration Permit (SAP) Application to Expand the Recently Constructed Vue at the Quarter Apartment Complex
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Roughly a year after The Vue at the Quarter finished construction, it looks like developers GJ Enterprises Acquisitions are already eyeing an expansion of the Upper Westside apartment complex. An application for a Special Administration Permit (SAP) was filed today, September 14th, for a proposed 150-unit multifamily community on a 3.8 acre property titled The Vue II at the Quarter. The property is located just to the northwest of the Vue at the Quarter, which just opened its 271-unit complex in the past year. The complexes are located just off of Marietta Boulevard Northwest in the rapidly transforming Upper Westside Neighborhood.

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Although not confirmed that the same developers are behind the project, a firm with the named TQ UWS Apartment Homes II LLC owns the site of the proposed community, while a firm named TQ UWS Apartment Homes LLC owns the site of the original Vue a the Quarter.

The original complex was constructed in 2020 by GJ Enterprises Acquisitions and McShane Construction Company, according to the company’s website. The project features three multi-family buildings hosting 271-units, a two-story structured parking deck and 12 detached garages over an 11-acre property. There are no additional details about the proposed Vue II complex at this time.

The proposed project site was sold to TQ UWS Apartment Homes II in August of 2019 for $1,825,000 from The Quarter Town Center LLC. Just the year before, The Quarter Town Center LLC bought the property for $610,000, an 100% price increase in just a year’s time.

Daniel Alvarado

Daniel Alvarado

Daniel Alvarado is an AICP Certified Urban Planner, transportation advocate, researcher and writer originally from San Antonio, Texas. He received his Master's Degree in Community and Regional Planning from the University of Texas at Austin, where his research focused on the intersection of green infrastructure and transportation. Daniel has been published by Decipher City, Progrss.org, and has contributed to dozens of comprehensive and transportation plans across the country.
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