The McAdams, a new midrise apartment complex adjacent to Memorial City Mall, recently unveiled its amenities level.
The level features 9,000 square feet of amenities and opened last month, according to a press release and a spokesperson for Houston-based MetroNational. Residents began moving into the project, at 12000 Barryknoll Lane, in March.
Click through the slideshow above for a look inside the amenities level, a model unit and more.
The eighth-floor amenities level features an open-air terrace with an infinity edge pool, lounge seating, private cabanas, firepit, and outdoor kitchen and bar areas. The McAdams' amenities also include a 24-hour fitness center with cardio equipment, weight machines, spin bikes and yoga studio; a theater and game room; a courtyard with lounge seating and outdoor grilling areas; a pet park with washing station and play area; and a laptop lounge with adjacent library, the press release states.
The McAdams offers 333 units ranging from 563 square feet to 1,821 square feet, with rents ranging from $1,515 per month for a studio apartment to $4,865 per month for a three-bedroom.
Owner MetroNational developed The McAdams in conjunction with Houston-based Slate Real Estate Partners, and Rhode Island-based Gilbane Building Co. served as the general contractor. Houston-based Ziegler Cooper Architects designed the building, with Dallas-based Marly+Co handling interior design, and Houston-based Kudela & Weinheimer served as landscape architect. South Carolina-based Greystar Real Estate Partners LLC is managing the property.
Located at the northwest corner of Memorial City Way and Barryknoll Lane, The McAdams was built on part of the parking lot for Memorial City Mall. MetroNational owns and manages Memorial City, a 265-acre mixed-used development that contains 9 million square feet of developed real estate. One of the most recent expansions announced for Memorial City is a mixed-use development being built on an 18-acre tract at the corner of Gessner and the Katy Freeway. It's Memorial City's first presence north of Interstate 10 and includes the existing Cemex building at 10100 Katy Freeway. Other tenants will include Kirby Ice House, Mia's Table and Torchy’s Tacos.
Additionally, MetroNational hired Fort Worth-based Trademark Property Co. to develop a master plan for Memorial City Mall. The former Memorial City Sears store is set to be the centerpiece of the mall's redevelopment.