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Growing again

Eagle’s Trace announces construction of new residence building

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May 30th, 2017
An artist’s rendering shows the new residence building, Galveston Crossing, a four-story building of brick and siding, scheduled to open in summer 2018 at Eagle’s Trace.

An artist’s rendering shows the new residence building, Galveston Crossing, scheduled to open in summer 2018 at Eagle’s Trace.

Eagle’s Trace is growing again.

The Erickson Living community in West Houston recently announced plans to build a new residence building. 

“There’s been such a strong demand for our lifestyle that we’re continuing to develop our community,” says Sales Director Pam Burgeson.

Amarillo Terrace, the first residence building in the community’s second neighborhood, opened in fall 2016. 

The second building in the second neighborhood, Galveston Crossing, is now under construction and scheduled to open in late summer 2018.

Galveston Crossing will feature 118 new apartment homes, including nine never-before-seen floor plans.

“We’re bringing back some of our previously sold-out floor plans in addition to brand new designs,” says Burgeson. “The new apartments will include elegant finishes like granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, and tiled showers. Many of them have screened-in porches or balconies with stunning lake views.”

Galveston Crossing will also house additional amenities, including another dining venue, a grand living room with a two-sided fireplace, and a card room.

“We’re excited to offer new depth to the amenities we already have at Eagle’s Trace,” says Burgeson.

Reserve early

Priority list members (those who have put down a fully refundable $1,000 deposit to reserve their place in line for the apartment home of their choice) were the first to learn of the new construction at Eagle’s Trace.

“Joining our priority list comes with a host of benefits,” says Burgeson. “Our priority list members get the best selection of apartments; they’re the first to know of new construction and special incentives; and they have access to Erickson Realty and Moving Services, a program that helps with every aspect of the move to Eagle’s Trace.”

Burgeson stresses the importance of reserving an apartment early in Galveston Crossing in order to take advantage of customization options.

“Those who reserve an apartment in Galveston Crossing have until June 30, 2017, to choose from a selection of flooring, paint, cabinet, and countertop finishes,” says Burgeson. “Our custom interiors coordinator, Tisa Stivers, can help you choose from a variety of options to personalize your space.”

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