Is Single Story Living the New Norm in Dallas-Fort Worth?

    The Mondara, Highland Park

    There’s no denying that Dallas-Fort Worth has changed dramatically over the past few years with corporate relocation, a thriving economy, and a booming real estate market. With people moving into DFW from coast to coast, there’s a wide variety of real estate that appeals to any taste. The one niche market that’s been slow to grow in the Metroplex is single-story condo living. Sure you can find plenty of it in Downtown Dallas, but what if you don’t work Downtown or need access to highly-rated public schools? There’s a surprising number of new condo developments popping up within the suburbs of DFW with prices ranging from $200,000 to multi-million dollar penthouses.

    Sojourn, Castle Hills

    These low-maintenance developments offer the opportunity to invest in real estate at a low cost and at a low risk. Sojourn is the second condo development in Lewisville’s master planned community of Castle Hills. Quarters at The Shops featured eighteen units located above the Village Shops and Plaza within central Castle Hills with units starting well below $200,000. After pre-sell in July of 2017, the development was sold out instantaneously. It’s easy to believe that this instantaneous sell-out was due to pricing, however the 27 story Windrose Tower at Legacy West was 80% sold out by the time ground broke with units starting around $1 million. Despite the price ranges, the common denominators between these developments are that they provide security, convenience, and exclusivity that’s so desirable among Dallasites.

    The Harbor at Adriatica, McKinney

    Other notable developments coming to DFW include: The Parkview Residences at Southlake Town Square in Southlake, The Residences on Duck Creek in Richardson, The Corvalla in Frisco, Lakeside Tower in Flower Mound, The Moderne at Linwood in Fort Worth, and Beazer’s 55+ Gatherings at Mercer Crossing Farmers Branch and Gatherings at Twin Creeks in Allen. The residents of Dallas-Fort Worth have spoken and it seems that condos are in.

    Call the Kimberly Davis Group today to tour and learn more about any of these new communities!

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