More apartments, new homes coming to West Dallas

Three hundred more apartments are coming to West Dallas, near Trinity Groves, plus a home builder is planning 60 new homes near the Belmont Hotel.

PSW real estate, the Austin-based company that has two new-home developments underway in Oak Cliff, owns a 5-acre lot at Seale and Willomet with plans to build homes comprising 1,700-1,800 square feet each and selling for about $300,000.

Developer StreetLights Residential and Stonelake Capital Partners are adding more apartments to the neighborhood, on a 25-acre tract near Singleton and Sylvan.

The companies are planning a four-story complex of about 300 apartments, called Trinity Village. The project also includes a “park and for-sale homes,” according to the Dallas Morning News.

More than 1,000 high-end new apartments are on the market, under construction or planned near Singleton, Sylvan and Commerce.

By |2014-09-16T17:18:46-05:00September 16th, 2014|Business, Development, News, Residential Real Estate|4 Comments

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  1. Cynthia Rose October 23, 2014 at 12:45 PM

    My neighbor is moving to Dallas and is looking for an apartment to stay in. I think it would be so scary to move to a new state but he is very excited. I am just looking for potential apartments to help him out.
    Cynthia | http://www.gainesville-rent.com/

  2. Sandy Bates Emmons September 17, 2014 at 1:23 PM

    Are they going build more roads to accommodate all this TRAFFIC? Have any of the builders sat through 10 lights at Sylvan & Ft. Worth Ave trying to get through the intersection ??????

  3. despisethewaltons September 17, 2014 at 8:40 AM

    No, they’re going to tell you its apartments but you’re really getting a Sam’s next to a Sam’s with a Walmart on top.

  4. downtownworker September 17, 2014 at 8:27 AM

    Did you count Trammel Crow and Wood Partners? It might be closer to 2,000 units.

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