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house for sale celina txPSW Homes Comes to West Dallas

Austin-based PSW Homes is planning to build a 60-home residential community just north of the Belmont Hotel near Sylvan Avenue. The neighborhood of small houses is planned for a 5-acre site at Seale Street and Willomet Avenue. PSW’s Adam Stetson said the homes planned on the property will be priced at less than $300,000 and will range in size from 1,700 to 1,800 square feet. “The site has great views of downtown Dallas,” said Stetson, who presented plans for the project at last week’s meeting of the West Dallas Chamber of Commerce. PSW is still working on conceptual plans for the subdivision and has to obtain zoning for the property. The West Dallas project is just one of a handful of such neighborhoods PSW Homes has going in the Dallas area. The builder’s other communities are in north Oak Cliff, North Dallas and near White Rock Lake in northeast Dallas. The houses use low-maintenance exterior materials and energy-efficient operating systems. All of them come with solar panels on the roof to generate electricity.

– Dallas Morning News, September 15, 2014

Trinity Groves Explosion of New Developments

Columbus Realty Partners is teaming up with Trinity Groves’ developers to build the urban-style rental community at Singleton Boulevard and Amonette Street, just a block from the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Construction will start in the first quarter. Designs for the mixed-use project were unveiled at Friday’s annual West Dallas Chamber of Commerce luncheon at Trinity Groves. The 5-story project is planned to have 349 apartments plus 33,500-square-feet of retail space. It will be built on parking lots directly south of the Trinity Groves restaurant building. It’s one of a handful of new rental communities in the works for the West Dallas area. “We’re really excited about it and think the project will be good for the neighborhood,” said Trinity Groves partner Butch McGregor.

– Dallas Business Journal, September 14, 2014

New Apartment Project Will Adjoin Sylvan/Thirty

With construction winding down on the Sylvan Thirty mixed-use project in West Dallas, developers are about to start a second apartment community next door. Wood Partners will build its Alta Yorktown project on the east side of Sylvan Thirty between Yorktown Street and Interstate 30. The rental community is planned to contain 226 apartments in three four-story buildings. The project will have different architecture from the apartments Wood Partners is building a few blocks away on West Commerce Street. “We decided to go with a different look than our Commerce project,” Wood Partners’ Ryan Miller said. The Alta Yorktown project is the latest development that’s transforming the area west of downtown Dallas. Sylvan Thirty, which formally opened last month, contains more than 200 apartments and almost 50,000 square feet of retail space. Wood Partners built the apartments in the complex. Trammell Crow Residential is planning to build more than 300 apartments and retail space on a nearby block at Fort Worth Avenue and West Commerce. And Wood Partners’ Alta West Commerce apartments will have 252 units.

– Dallas Morning News, September 16, 2014

Apartments, Retail are Planned on Singleton Boulevard west of Sylvan.

Two planned developments will bring hundreds of apartments and homes to West Dallas. Developer StreetLights Residential and Stonelake Capital Partners are planning apartments, retail and homes on a 25-acre industrial property west of downtown Dallas. The tract is on Singleton Boulevard just west of Sylvan Avenue. The project is one of the largest planned in West Dallas – an area that’s seeing increasing redevelopment. StreetLights Residential and its partner intend to turn the former Austin Industries complex at 1000 Singleton into a community called Trinity Village. The first phase will include about 300 apartments in four-story buildings. A park and owner-occupied homes are also proposed for the development, which is located between Singleton and Duluth Street. “We are excited to invest in this dynamic neighborhood,” said Streetlights CEO Doug Chesnut. Chesnut said that his firm hopes to deliver the first apartments in mid-2016. Trinity Village is just west of the popular Trinity Groves restaurant complex and the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. It’s the latest in a string of high-profile mixed-use developments in the works for that area.

– Dallas Morning News, September 15, 2014

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