Pavilion Competes For Bid
Pavilion Awarded Construction of Presidio Dolores Apartments, TX
Pavilion Construction Press Release 3.16.2011 – For immediate release
For the privilege of constructing the Presidio Dolores Apartments in San Elizario Texas, Pavilion Construction competed alongside four other general contractors. The result, Pavilion comes out on top and is awarded the construction of the Presidio Apartments. Anticipating a notice to proceed by the end of this March, Pavilion aims to complete the project by late December, 2011.
The project owner is Presidio Dolores Apartments, LP, whose managing member is HERO (Housing Economic Rural Opportunity Inc), a Texas based non-profit. YES Housing will serve will serve as project developer. The Presidio Apartments will be the third project that HERO has developed with YES, and is also one of great significance. It is the first USDA 514 project in the state of Texas, and second in the nation, to receive tax credits. Awarding the tax credits is the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs. It has been a challenge for the USDA and TDHCA, taking great efforts on behalf of both parties to accommodate each other’s requirements. Albert Davalos, President of HERO's Board believes, “developing a comprehensive project strategy can be a crucial component in ensuring that you will receive the best outcome for these programs.”
YES Housing is looking forward to another successful project with Pavilion. This is the fifth project Pavilion and YES Housing have worked on together. Michelle Den Bleyker of YES Housing says, “Every project with Pavilion has been on time and on budget, we anticipate another successful project upon the completion of the Presidio Dolores Apartments.” In a market where developing new client base can be challenging, Pavilion understands the necessity to develop strong, lasting relationships with clients, offering them the best of service. Having repeat clients who enjoy the services offered to them, in general, means only one thing, Pavilion is doing many things right.
In San Elizario, a town near the Texas and Mexican border, the Presidio Apartments will offer affordable living to its residents, aiming to provide housing opportunities to those working in the regional agricultural industry. The project will consist of a community center, fifteen duplex apartment buildings, including a playground, outdoor grills, and picnic tables. The duplexes are a diverse mix of two, three, and four bedroom apartments. The community center will provide a kitchen, one car garage, office space, and community laundry. The complex meets ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) specification in all aspects of the community, and has six apartments dedicated to accessible, barrier free standards of living.
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