As detailed in an earlier report from The Dallas Morning News, even home builders outside of the DFW market want to get in on the booming North Texas real estate market, and they’re coming from all over the state to do so.
Perhaps one of the most notable and ambitious projects coming to market by an out-of-town builder is a 127-home project in the $2 billion Legacy West development over in Plano, which is one of the fastest growing cities in the area.
Being developed by Scott Felder Homes out of Austin, Texas, the particular project is unlike the traditional single-family homes they usually build and will instead have a more modern-contemporary feel to it that’s specifically designed to attract more of today’s home buyers.
Offering more of an “urban” design, homes in the new Scott Felder Homes portion of Legacy West will have a range of architectural styles and be situated on a triangular plot of land that’s in between J.C. Penney’s headquarters and the vibrant new Legacy West urban village, which features plenty of shopping, dining, and even some office space.
According to the Dallas Morning News report, homes will have between 2,000 and 3,000 square feet of living space and will start around $500,000.
Despite being a fairly sizable project, Felder Homes is also planning to build in Highland Village, Celina, Prosper, and Frisco with the long-term plan of building 400 homes a year in the DFW region by the year 2020.
Construction for the sleek new Legacy West development isn’t expected to start until sometime next year, but as noted in the report, interest for these dynamic new homes seems to be at a very high level.
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- 3 Beds
- 3.1 Baths
- 3,607 SqFt