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Local Firm Announces New Apartments for Spaghetti Bowl Area

El Paso’s own Exigo Architecture has announced yet another project, this one slated for the industrial area just west of the Spaghetti Bowl.

According to a new entry on Exigo’s webpage, the three story apartments known as ‘Midtown Lofts’ will fill an area of just under 112,000 square feet at the corner of Durazno and Stevens Streets.

The entire area is currently dominated by large warehouses and other commercial businesses.  However, prior to the arrival of the interstate and the exchange now known as the Spaghetti Bowl, the entire area was filled with homes and stores.

Map: Google Earth
Map: Google Earth

Located just a few blocks from the Lincoln Center and its parks, the new housing will remake the entire area.

The lofts are described as having ” all the amenities of a garden style apartments; balconies in each unit, clubhouse, sand volleyball playground and an attractive pic-nic area.”

On the website, Exigo states “Its proximity and easy access from UMC and Texas Tech is an opportunity to serve the market of residents working in this industry.”

The project is expected to be completed by the Summer of 2017, with an estimated budget of $9.5 million.


Local Firm reveals new Downtown Apartments with Ballpark View

Local architecture firm Exigo unveiled a new, downtown apartment project that would give residents virtual luxury box views of Chihuahuas basball games.

According to the firm’s website, they are working with another local company – METI, Inc –  on the $750k project. Information provided in the project description shows 2016 as the completion date.

The three-story apartments each have 2600 square feet and feature terraces overlooking the baseball field. The location is not specific, however they do say the complex is “right across the street from the Ballpark.”

In a statement on the firm’s page, Exigo lays out their vision for multi-family apartments stating, “Exigo has adopted the City’s efforts to transform El Paso through higher density. We are familiar and promote the City’s incentives to build vertical, especially in Multi-family construction.”

Exigo has several  other projects in the design phase for the area, including the Northgate Transit Center, several campus projects for El Paso Community College and other city-wide projects.