NRP Group celebrates opening of 368-unit multifamily project in Killeen

The NRP Group in partnership with The City of Killeen Public Facility Corporation, J.P. Morgan, and Texas Capital Bank, last week celebrated the grand-opening of Station42, a 368-unit mixed-income multifamily project in Killeen, Texas.

Station42 showcases NRP’s dedication to offering quality housing for Central Texas residents at all income levels, with a focus on the “missing middle” who face challenges affording market-rate rents amid the region’s rapid population growth. To meet this demand, more than half of the property’s units are reserved for residents earning less than 80 percent of the area median income (AMI).

Located near the corner of W.S. Young Drive and East Veterans Memorial Boulevard, adjacent to Conder Park, Station42 boasts a robust onsite amenities package. Residents will have access to a 24-hour fitness center, club room, gaming area, kitchen and dining space, and a coworking lounge space complete with two tech-enabled conference rooms.

The development’s outdoor amenities include a dog park and entertainment area with dining space, a resort-style pool and a grilling deck. A package concierge and private, detached parking garages with EV charging stations are also available. The property is in proximity to Killeen’s historic downtown.

In-unit finishes include keyless fob entry, in-suite washers and dryers, LED backlit mirrors, built-in USB ports, and, in select units, balconies are available. Kitchens feature stainless steel appliances, maple white quartz countertops, white brick kitchen backsplashes, undermount sinks and under-cabinet kitchen lighting.

Killeen has a population of nearly 160,000, making it the 19th-most populous city in Texas and the largest of the three principal cities of Bell County. Due to the city’s proximity to Fort Cavazos, Killeen’s local economy is interconnected with the activities of the post, and the soldiers and their families stationed there. 

J.P. Morgan partnered with The NRP Group to provide equity investment in the project, while construction financing was provided by Texas Property Bank.