Midlothian welcomed its newest, high-end, residential development this week with a ribbon cutting for The Mark at Midlothian apartments hosted by the Midlothian Chamber of Commerce on Friday.

The Mark at Midlothian is a 236-unit luxury rental community located at 999 Walter Stephenson Road near the intersection of Hwy. 67 and Hwy. 287 next door to the Midlothian Dog Park.

Developed by the principals of CPG Development, Candy Munster, Chase Munster, Preston Munster, and Grant Robinson, The Mark at Midlothian is one of three properties that the group has brought to Ellis County over the last four years. The Mark on Solon (600 Solon Road Waxahachie) was completed in Fall 2018 and The Mark on Conquest (2050 Conquest Blvd. Waxahachie) will begin leasing in early 2020.

“We have been following the growth in Midlothian and Waxahachie over the last several years and are very excited to be a part of the community fabric by offering high-end housing to the great residents of these two cities,” said Preston Munster.

The Mark at Midlothian offers one and two bedroom luxury apartments with a wide variety of amenities, including: a resort-style pool with water-side cabanas and large grill house, community dog park, private yards on first-floor units, 24/7 workout facility, automated parcel lockers, community entertainment areas, conference room, coffee bar, and a large, open, landscaped courtyard.

“We’re very glad to be receiving such positive feedback from both current and prospective residents on the quality and aesthetics of the project, both inside and out,” said Chase Munster, “we work daily with management to ensure all resident expectations are and continue to be exceeded.”

Candy Munster, who oversees project design, explained, “our properties are custom-tailored for the exact location and demographic served; our goal is to make residents, guests, and staff feel at home the minute they walk through the clubhouse doors or step into their apartment.”

Unit details such as dimensional tiles, under-counter lighting, high-end glass showers, quartz countertops, and built-in study desks highlight some of the interior features that The Mark at Midlothian residents enjoy.

Complimentary of the City of Midlothian’s staff, Grant Robinson said “working with Midlothian’s dedicated staff over the last two years has been a great experience; with a mutual interest in quality design and sustainable construction, we’ve been able to work hand-in-hand with the City to make The Mark at Midlothian the gold standard for future development.”

Jordan Wallace, CPG’s construction manager, added “the principals intend to hold The Mark at Midlothian for years to come; this project is not a ‘build and flip’ that is common in our industry today. Because the owners want to invest in and be part of these communities for the foreseeable future, we’ve designed and built The Mark projects with longevity in mind and use materials and construction methods that will ensure the properties remain in “Class A” shape for decades to come.”

The Mark at Midlothian is currently leasing units and invites any interested residents to stop by the leasing office to grab a fresh-baked cookie, cup of coffee, and chat with leasing staff. Those interested can also visit www.TheMarkMidlothian.com, email manager@themarkmidlothian.com, or call (972) 775-3535.