DFW rapid expansion might be cooling a bit, but the city is still building, and those looking to be part of the DFW scene should be considering these hot new subdivisions.
Belmont Landing, Coppell
Belmont Landing features stunning homes in the beautiful Dallas suburb to the city’s west. Homes from 1,800 to 4,259 square feet begin in the $580,000s. For that, you get exclusive living convenient to the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, proximity to the city’s major highways, and the highly desired schools of the Coppell ISD.
The Heights at Oak Lawn, Dallas
If you’re looking to stay in Dallas, in the shadow of Uptown and Downtown, these 14 three-story homes offer low-maintenance luxury in the heart of the city. The Heights distinct architectural elements, unique floor plans, and easy access to business, nightlife, and shops. Homes at The Heights at Oak Lawn start from 1,813 to 2,335 square feet begin in the mid-$470,000s.
Oak Park Gardens, Dallas
Oak Park offers two-story central living to Downtown Dallas as well as all major roads and the DFW Airport. Unique floor plans and architecture are the highlights, other than the location. The Gardens offer rooftop deck options, green space and pocket parks, and a pool with a covered pavilion, including a fireplace and restrooms. Homes from 1,800 to 3,709 square feet begin at $530,000
The still-under-construction HighGrove community is located at the corner of Stevens Forest and Marycliff in the arts-and-culture-rich Bishop Arts District. That means low-maintenance living and vista views of downtown Dallas.
Villas at Kimsey Place, Dallas
Distinct three-story, single-family homes in Oak Lawn are close to everything the city has to offer. Here you’ll be within minutes of Dallas’ arts, sports, entertainment, business, and universities districts