More residential development could soon be on the way in Carrollton thanks to the City Council approving a conceptual design that will potentially bring both single-family homes and townhouse residences to a 24.6-acre site near North Denton Drive and Hutton Branch Creek.
According to a release by the city, the new project is being called Thomas Place, which is named for former mayor, city council member, and community contributor W.J. Thomas.
As of now, single-family lots will stretch 30 to 40 feet wide, and provide future residents with a highly desirable location that’s close to the W.J. Thomas Sports Fields, the Josey Ranch Lake Library, the Josey Ranch Sports Complex, and the W.J. Thomas Splash Park.
Homes at Thomas Place will also provide a close proximity to a DART station, not to mention just a 10 to 15 minute walk to downtown Carrollton.
Just 93 homes will be part of the new neighborhood, which are currently divided up into 40 casita-style detached homes, 17 detached villas, and 36 attached townhouses. Each townhouse is expected to have a minimum floor area of 1,400 square feet, while detached homes will start anywhere from 1,600 to 1,800 square feet.