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Anthem CityLine, the 233-unit community formerly known at Lot A, has been purchased by Nashville-based Carter-Haston. Anthem at 1250 State St. has one, two and three bedroom units within the 204-acre mixed use development in Richardson. 
Carter-Haston marketing and training director Ashley Allen says they plan to work with CityLine on upcoming events. Carter-Haston also owns EastSide Village at 1404 Vontess St. in Plano. 
Carter-Haston owns more than 9,000 units valued at $1B across the U.S. CityLine has delivered 1,900 apartments and town homes across Anthem CityLine, Lot Apartments and The Standard at CityLine. The Lyla Apartments, The Riley Apartments and Residences at CityLine are under construction. At build-out, CityLine will have 5M SF of office space, 3,925 multifamily units, 50 restaurants and retailers, two hotels and two parks.

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