Wan Bridge

Texas-based Wan Bridge, a builder and operator of build-to-rent (BTR) communities, officially opened the doors at the company’s Georgetown Heights rental development in Georgetown, Texas. The community features 48 three- to four-bedroom, two-story duplexes ranging from 1,400 to 2,100 square feet.

“We are eager to welcome residents to Georgetown Heights, our first BTR community among one of Austin’s thriving submarkets,” says Ting Qiao, CEO of Wan Bridge. “Residents can expect all the Wan Bridge trademark qualities like modern, thoughtful designs, high-quality finishes, excellent service from our property management service, and 24/7 maintenance.”

Georgetown Heights blends modern and Texas-style architecture, according to Wan Bridge. The development features spacious floor plans, energy-efficient appliances, two-car garages, private yards, and smart home packages. Bedrooms offer the flexibility to be used as offices, hobby rooms, and guest accommodations. On-site maintenance in the community includes lawn care, air filter and bulb replacement, and pest control services.

The grand opening of Georgetown Heights follows the company’s Pradera Oaks BTR community opening in the greater Houston area. The company recently announced an expansion of its pipeline of more than 1,000 additional BTR units throughout the state of Texas in partnership with developer Land Tejas and hosted a grand opening at its first Texas community in Denton, Texas. The company plans to break ground on 20 to 30 new BTR communities in the Houston, Dallas, and Austin suburbs within the next 12 months and build 30,000 homes primarily in the suburbs of Texas’ major metro areas over the next five years.