Southlake Town Square has been hailed “a new-urbanism showpiece,” with The Garden District Brownstones and Parkview Residences cited as the linchpin in Southlake’s thoughtfully curated downtown core. A recent article from Star Telegram praising Town Square’s success emphasizes that for people looking to move to the high end neighborhood, there’s nothing else in the market that compares to the brownstones and condominiums at The Garden District.
“This is meant to be an elegant address, luxury living right in the middle of Town Square and 10 minutes from the gate at DFW Airport,” says Frank Bliss of Cooper & Stebbins, the development team behind Southlake Town Square and The Garden District.
Real estate in Southlake is in high demand, with homeowners increasingly looking for the lock-and-leave lifestyle offered by The Brownstones and Parkview Residences. Residents of the Southlake brownstones and luxury condominiums will be able to walk to the shops and restaurants in Town Square, which will soon be joined by a handful of sleek Class A office buildings on the Texas 114.
The Parkview Residences are the first and only Southlake condominiums on the market, and they have been carefully designed to integrate into the bustling community while maintaining the integrity of its small town vibe. The 2,100 SF homes provide the convenience of a lock-and-leave lifestyle with the space and elegance homeowners expect from Southlake real estate.
The new Southlake Brownstones are also big on space and convenience. Significantly larger than the first generation of homes, the new Southlake Brownstones range in size from 2,950 SF to a whopping 5000+ and feature the latest advances in luxury products and technology. Two of the iconic brownstone townhomes can accommodate up to a 10,000 SF pool and an oversized five-car garage.
As part of their plans for development, The Garden District will give back to the community by dedicating a new city park adjacent to The Brownstones. The nearly-completed Oval Park is surrounded by red oaks and has a native-Texas arboretum in the center, with lush grass perfect for picnics and social gatherings.
For Bliss and the team at Cooper & Stebbins, building Southlake Town Square and the residences at The Garden District is primarily about “creating a sense of place, something other projects want to emulate.” With its booming business core and thoughtfully integrated luxury residences, Town Square has become a paragon of the lock-and-leave lifestyle that is increasingly in demand across across North Texas.
Read the Star Telegram article on Frank Bliss and Southlake Town Square here.
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