The structure has a modern full range of both indoor and outdoor amenities. These include a fitness center, a game room that comes with a full bar, a pool table, poker tables, and a digital sports simulator.
The project's biggest obstacle was that Sprint owned 40 acres of the preferred site, and the topography presented significant challenges. However, Block Real Estate Services (BRES) and a Dallas-based firm still managed to develop 13 acres for a mixed-use project. Unfortunately, the outside company pulled out, but BRES's Managing Principal, Ken Block, purchased more land. It was one of his most challenging projects, with over fifty feet of incline between Outlook and 115th, but it has not stopped them from delivering a stylish state-of-the-art community.
Our team, being involved, brought another unique aspect to The Residences at Galleria, which is the potential for the seamless blending of commercial, office, and residential mixed-use developments.