The Apartments Instead of the Trees at Tomball Pkwy. and Cypresswood

Before construction can begin next month on this 4-story apartment complex planned for the southwest corner of Cypresswood Dr. and the Tomball Pkwy., some things have to go. Developers Embry and Stonelake Capital appear to have in mind an unscraped 15.4-acre site that’s thick with trees, and Real Estate Bisnow’s Catie Dixon reports that the demise of an “existing structure” is imminent. But she doesn’t say which one. And neither has Embry. But: The manager at the Arby’s there on Cypresswood says it’s not the Arby’s.


And the roadside Capital One Bank and Sonic seem safe, too. Likely removed from view will be a wee industrial cluster of propane tanks hidden behind the trees at the end of Mandolin Dr., which links Cypresswood Dr. to some single-family cul-de-sacs south of the proposed site. Once that’s out of the way, the Embry complex is planned to contain 336 1- and 2-bedroom units. It’ll have Arby’s access, of course, and sit just 3 miles south of the Whole Foods under construction at Vintage Marketplace.

Rendering: Real Estate Bisnow

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