Modern townhomes priced around $440,000 are planned in the Bishop Arts Neighborhood.
The project, from developer Bill Mead of Proximity Developers, will take the place of an empty lot and a former office building on the northeast corner of Tenth and Adams. The three-story homes will average around 2,300 square feet each with roof-top patios.
Oak Cliff-based Richard Drummond Davis Architect is designing the 17 homes. They will be constructed of brick on the first floor and stucco and either cement board or metal siding on the upper stories.
The homes will have two-car garages and an office or study on the ground floor. The kitchen, dining and living areas are on the second floor. And two bedrooms are on the third floor.
Harrison Preston Polsky of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty is the agent. Here are more images from the architect.