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With design revisions, land sale, Midtown student housing tower advances

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The Mark will rise at 10th and Spring streets, bringing 780 beds in 281 apartments.

A large white towering building.
Retail will wrap the base of the new tower.
The Mark

A 1.1-acre site at the corner of 10th and Spring streets could soon be Midtown’s latest construction zone.

Student housing developers Landmark Properties and CityLife Development Partners have announced their purchase of the site, which currently is home to a Domino’s Pizza. The duo has plans to build a 28-story student housing tower, complete with more than 280 apartments.

A release by the companies indicates the building will be a mix of one- to six-bedroom options, providing accommodations for up to 780 students. At ground level, expect 7,000 square feet of commercial space.

Known as “The Mark,” the project will include an integrated parking deck topped by a pool deck, a fitness center with yoga room, a clubhouse and sky lounge, complete with a golf simulator, terrace, sauna, and tanning beds.

It’s the latest in high-end student housing options rising across the city’s core.

Landmark is also currently building The Standard just six blocks south of The Mark site, while downtown a similarly posh project is slated to soon kick off.

Expect construction to begin soon, with completion anticipated ahead of the 2020 school year.

A large white towering building. The Mark