The first phase of a new apartment complex on the Northside should open this summer, weather pending.
Construction is under way on Tapestry Northridge, a 220-unit apartment complex going up at the old Colonial Country Club golf course.
The first 48 apartments, along with a 5,000-square-foot clubhouse, are slated to open in July, with developers expected to begin leasing them around June.
The remaining units will be completed in November, according to Todd Smith, a spokesman for the project.
The first two buildings are already up, while crews were expected to begin framing the third building this week.
“Construction was ahead of schedule prior to the inclement weather, but was delayed by decent rains,” he said.
Apartments will be one, two and three-bedroom, ranging from 805 square feet to 1,325 square feet.
They will include stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, tile backsplashes and nine-foot ceilings, he said.
Clubhouse amenities will include a coffee café, shared workspace for tenants, a business center, fitness center, spin room and leasing office.
Developers refused to say what the apartments would lease for.
The project is being developed by the Birmingham-based Arlington Properties. The group previously constructed the District Lofts, the apartment facility at the District at Eastover.
The apartments will be the anchor for what will eventually be a 153-acre mixed-use development.
In 2016, the country club site was rezoned from special mixed-use to a traditional neighborhood development, or TND.
The TND classification is designed to provide a mix of uses in a walkable community, according to the city of Jackson’s zoning ordinance.
Uses allowed include single and multi-family residential units, live/work units, neighborhood grocery stores, restaurants, cafes, coffee shops, specialty retail shops, such as florists, service such as childcare centers, music studios, banks and the like.