May 18, 2017 by OLDHAM GOODWIN
Portland, Texas- Oldham Goodwin Group is pleased to announce the Grand Opening of its new apartment complex in Portland, Texas, Palm Bluff Place apartments.
Palm Bluff Place is a 250 unit Class A community located at 1825 Billy G Webb Drive, Portland, TX, near Interstate Highway 35 and 181. The gated community features high end amenities, fitness center, resort style pool, a media/game room, and other amenities available to residents.
January 28, 2016 by OLDHAM GOODWIN
Bryan, Texas — Oldham Goodwin Group, LLC, in conjunction with MGroup, is pleased to announce a new multifamily development project in the Lago Mar Development in Texas City, Texas.
Catalon at Lago Mar will be a 230 unit Class A community located at 6130 Lago Mar Boulevard, near Interstate Highway 45 (Gulf Freeway). The community will feature high end amenities, a fitness center, outdoor pool, and other amenities available to residents.
January 21, 2016 by OLDHAM GOODWIN
Bryan, Texas — Oldham Goodwin Group, LLC, in conjunction with MGroup, is pleased to announce they have been approved by the City of Portland to develop and construct a new multifamily development project.
Palm Bluff Place Apartments will be the first multifamily development to be constructed in nearly a decade in the City of Portland. The new development will be a 250 unit Class A community located at the corner of Cedar Drive and Billy G. Webb Drive. Palm Bluff Place Apartments will incorporate the look and feel of urban townhomes, while offering a robust amenity package, including tuck under garages, and private balconies.
July 17, 2013 By OLDHAM GOODWIN
Erin Mulvaney’s recent article on the cover of the Houston Chronicle detailed the rise of upscale student housing in College Station and Austin. Oldham Goodwin Group’s Chairman & CEO Casey Oldham was quoted throughout the article, expanding on recent developments near Texas A&M’s campus like Rise at Northgate and Northpoint Crossing. According to Oldham, the appeal of student housing lies in the uninterrupted flow of new potential tenants, particularly near large universities like Texas A&M. To read the article in its entirety, click here.