Park West Adds 3,410 Beds to TAMU Housing Market for 2017

Park West is a new 3,410-bed, apartment-style P3 luxury student housing development located on 48 acres near Texas A&M’s main College Station Campus.

The project will have a central entry off George Bush Drive, linking the development back to campus to the north.

The development will have three major building types: 12 three-story walk-up apartment buildings with 36 beds each, two five-story apartment buildings with 546 beds each, and one eight-story mixed-use apartment building with 1,886 beds.

Shaped in a “C,” the five-story buildings will have a central courtyard with ample green space, outdoor kitchen, fire pit, and beach entry pool.

The eight-story, mixed-used, mid-rise building is designed in the shape of the number eight, commonly referred to as the “Texas Wrap.” Each wing is wrapped around a large enclosed courtyard and supports approximately 940 beds.

Between the wings is a seven-level parking garage with approximately 1,200 parking spaces. On top of the garage is a large amenity deck with a pool, cabanas, a couple small food and coffee shop venues, and a 14,000-square-foot fitness center.

The amenity deck will offer views of campus and Kyle Field. Common areas include the development’s main office support space, four two-bedroom, two-bath staff apartment units, ground floor retail, a large two-story open lobby, study lounge, maintenance support space, and a large activity room on the seventh floor overlooking the development and the campus to the north.

The three-story walk-up apartments, commonly referred to as “The Flats,” will provide an economical alternative to the other three main buildings. These small buildings do not include any common areas, but students will have access to the amenity deck pool and fitness center for a nominal monthly fee.

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