Plans are in review for the 488-unit San Marco Crossing apartments on 8.9 acres at Kings Avenue and Bertha Street.
A conceptual site plan shows two buildings and parking structures.
Chance Olevia LLC is the owner and Kimley-Horn and Associates Inc. is the civil engineer.
The Chance partnerships are led by Judd Bobilin and Jeffrey Rosen.
Rosen said he expects construction to start in the second quarter.
The city issued mobility fee and concurrency reservation certificates. The city calculated a mobility fee of $209,575 to mitigate the traffic impact.
The mobility fee application outlines a first phase of 290 apartments and a second phase of 198 units. The first phase is on property sold by Southside Assembly of God, which is relocating.
San Marco Crossing is the continuation of an apartment boom in that area.
Chance Partners LLC broke ground Sept. 11 on the 284-unit San Marco Promenade, between Mitchell Avenue and River Oaks Road.