Sustainable Community Living in Dallas, Texas

Published On October 20, 2023


Korin Binder

Urban Commons

Live Low in High Design

Unique new urban living is cropping up in Dallas! Developed by Diane Cheatham who received an AIA Dallas 2020 Sustainability Commendation for her work in environmental preservation development. She is known for innovation in sustainable development planning. This award is given each year by the AIA Dallas Committee on the Environment.

Lake Highlands, Richardson ISD near Technology Row the Commons-Based master plan community is presently building out.

The community has approximately 1 mile of common walking trails with exercise stations all in a nature-based setting. The house designs are progressive and feature top architects in the area including Nimmo Architecture, Edward Baum, M A R E K Architecture, Far + Dange DFW Housing, A. Gruppo Architects, DSGN Associates Master Planners. Some features included are rooftop decks, walls of windows, low impact materials, weaving in nature surrounding the houses. The square footage runs between 1000 and 2800 SF. Homeowner’s Association dues are $30 per month. The HOA will have no water bill as the creek is utilized for irrigation. Garages are available for rent which offsets the HOA expenses.

For More Information Call Korin Binder from Keller Williams Realty 972.821.6145

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