New luxury apartments coming to Far East El Paso, groundbreaking set for next week

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EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) — The Sun City will soon have new luxury apartments in Far East El Paso.

The project will be completed by the Furman Malooly Development, a newly formed partnership between native El Paso residents, Chris Malooly Jr. and Jordan Furman.

Desert Commons, El Paso’s latest luxury multifamily development, is scheduled to break ground on Sept. 1 and will be located at 2801 N. Zaragoza Rd

Desert Commons is part of a mixed-use development that will offer residents walkability to retail and restaurants within the property. Notable tenants will include Coffee Box, Teapioca Lounge and No. 4 Taqueria and Cantina.

The development will have 225 luxury apartment homes available for rent.

An array of amenities includes an expansive resort-style pool with cabanas, a pet park, a clubhouse with a top-of-the-line fitness center and accompanying kid’s room, a co-working lounge with a bar, a game lounge with a golf simulator and package lockers to accommodate the increased usage of online shopping.

Desert Commons will offer one-, two- and three-bedroom units and will likely range in rent from $800 to $1,600 per month.

Pre-leasing will begin Spring 2022 and prospective residents will be given the opportunity to take tours before construction is complete using augmented reality. First move-ins will be available beginning Summer 2022.

“We are excited to bring a walkable, high-end offering to El Paso’s growing eastside. Desert Commons is much more than a place to live. We are bringing an elevated lifestyle using high-end materials and new technology to provide a modern aesthetic and an unmatched quality of living,” said Furman, president of Furman Malooly Development.

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