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Dallas-based development company breaks ground on Alpine Fossil Creek apartment complex in Haltom City

Dallas, Texas – A development company based in Dallas has initiated construction of a new apartment complex in Haltom City named Alpine Fossil Creek. This complex will host 296 apartments in three-story buildings spread across 15.6 acres. It is located near Big Fossil Creek and just a short walk from Haltom High School.

It is the development of Alpine Start Development.

Jacobe Chandler, SVP at Alpine Start Development, expressed his excitement about the project, noting that it marks the culmination of a long-term collaboration with the city and other partners.

“This is more than just the start of construction. It represents a long, shared vision between Alpine Start, the city, and our partners,” said Jacobe Chandler in a statement. “We are honored to be a part of bringing this vision to life. This project is a testament to what can be achieved when dedicated partners come together with a unified goal of creating something special.”

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The project is scheduled for completion in early 2026, with the first apartments and a clubhouse set to open in the summer of 2025. This will be Alpine Start Development’s fourth completely new project and its seventh property acquisition overall. The company was established in 2020 by David Eitches and Zach Gensior, focusing on high-demand, low-supply areas in the Fort Worth and Dallas regions. Alpine currently holds several plots for future projects and plans to begin two more in 2025, the company reports.

“We are excited to debut our first development in Haltom City, a coveted market we’ve targeted for years,” said Eitches. “This site has unique, irreplaceable attributes — including a creek-side walking trail on Big Fossil Creek that runs year-round and adjacency to Haltom High School. The landscape will allow us to seamlessly integrate nature walks along Big Fossil Creek, fostering a connection with the community and environment. Partnering with Haltom City to bring this project into construction has been a great experience, and we look forward to a thriving collaboration to bring this project to life.”

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“This project represents a shared vision between Alpine Start Development, Haltom City, and our partners,” Gensior said. “We value working with municipalities with a clear vision for their housing policy. Those standards provide insight into designing projects that meet the city’s objectives and allow us to deliver new housing stock to under-supplied submarkets.”

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