The Heights at Westchase, the District’s newest luxury apartment community, opened in November 2015 and already is ahead of leasing expectations. So what is attracting residents to the seven-building, 265-unit community? Nicki Trinidad, community director thinks it’s due in part to the “signature white glove services” offered. Both Trinidad and assistant community director Kristy McLocklin live on property, in part because of the services. “Not only do I love the amenities, but it’s nice that I can simply take the elevator down to ‘commute’ to work,” McLocklin said.
For busy residents rushing out the door in the mornings to face their morning commute , the Heights features a complimentary grab-and-go breakfast and coffee bar Monday through Friday from 6 to 9 a.m. which serves muffins, yogurt, granola, cereal, pastries and fresh fruit. The rest of the day, the bar features a variety of candy for indulging a sweet tooth.
In what might be the best service of all, the apartment community also offers drop-off wash, dry and fold laundry service, Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays – all at no extra charge.
For extra fees, residents can enjoy valet dry cleaning service that picks up at their front doors. Those who would rather skip cleaning their apartment can take advantage of housekeeping services ($45 for a one-bedroom and $65 for a two-bedroom unit). “Our housekeeper will mop, dust, and wipe down kitchen and bathroom,” McLocklin said, “and if you leave out fresh linens, she’ll even change out your bedsheets.” Valet trash removal service is picked up Sunday through Thursday.
The Heights’ state-of-the-art fitness center offers cardio theater treadmills and elliptical machines which allow users to change the running terrain and track their stats. The center also offers complimentary sweat towels, bottled water and granola bars. Outdoor amenities include a fire pit, two outdoor kitchens and Westchase District’s only swim up bar.
Superlatives from Our Staff
With all these amenities catering to busy young business professionals, the community has attracted two staff members from Westchase District’s project team to sign leases. Both Louis Jullien, projects director and Lauren Cullins, projects manager moved into The Heights at Westchase this spring and have been impressed with the conveniences offered.
“My wife, Christy, and I love it,” said Jullien. “I’m especially enjoying the short commute. I’m only a block away from our office building, so on a nice day I can walk to work.”
“The breakfast bar is the best,” Cullens said. “It gives me more free time in the mornings to sleep in. I can’t wait to enjoy the swimming pool this summer with my nieces and nephew.”
Trinidad and her staff are currently leasing one- and two-bedroom floor plans. For more information, call 832-940-7070 or visit heightsatwestchase.com.