Demand for real estate remains strong in Texas, as newly built homes continue to pop up throughout the state. While developers attempt to keep up with this demand, the issue of space presents challenges. In major cities such as Dallas, new home communities are harder to come by and space is at a premium. That may be why more Texans are relocating to the suburbs and why builders are keeping that in mind when planning their next developments. One such development in the Dallas suburb of Frisco, serves as a perfect example.
Prairie View, a 460-home community developed by Taylor-Duncan Interests, will hopefully satisfy the need for more quality housing in the rapidly growing Frisco area.
“With the number of people relocating to Frisco for new company headquarters like Toyota, FedEx and The Dallas Cowboys, this is a prime spot for relocation,” Larry Taylor, partner at Taylor-Duncan Interests said in a recent statement.
According to an article from the Dallas Morning News, Prairie View will include a 4,500-square-foot community center, a resort-style pool, hiking and biking trails, and open space. Currently in phase I, there are 169 building sites for homes priced near $350,000.
To learn more about the Prairie View community, visit the development’s official website.
In addition to Prairie View, here are a few other new community to come to the Frisco area:
- 350 home sites
- single-family homes
- 1st phase to commence early summer 2016
- community center, pool, work out room, entertainment areas
- 500 home sites
- single-family & patio style homes
- retail shopping center