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Hines Starts Residential Community for 3,300 Homes in North Texas

FORT WORTH – (Realty News Report) – Hines, a Houston-based international real estate firm, has started construction on a 1,100-acre master planned community just north of Fort Worth.

The project, called Wildflower Ranch, will feature 3,300 single-family residences, a resort-inspired lazy river, trails, recreational spaces, and a Northwest ISD school site.

Wildflower Ranch, will be located Highway 114 and US Interstate 35W, just north of Hillwood’s Alliance Texas development.

Leading the overall development of Wildflower Ranch, Hines enlisted Goodwin & Marshall for the community’s civil engineering design, as well as Cody John Studios for the landscaping and amenity design, and Conatser Construction and RPM X Construction for the construction. And the first phase of construction is slated for delivery in early 2021.

The initial phase of the activated development will consist of 400 single-family residences by homebuilders who work in Texas:  Beazer Homes, Bloomfield Homes, Gehan Homes, Highland Homes and Lennar Homes. 

Widely known as a developer of high-rise towers, Hines has also built some significant residential communities, including the 9,700-acre First Colony in Fort Bend County, the 550-home Somerset Green development on Old Katy Road in the Inner Loop of Houston, and several communities in Florida.

“The city is flourishing with growth, and we hope Wildflower Ranch will serve as a magnetic addition to the area,” said Hines Managing Director, Dustin Davidson.

Additional amenities in Wildflower Ranch include a series of trails, thoughtful programming for Harriet Creek, a community pavilion and gathering area as well as multiple playgrounds for all ages.

Hines was founded in Houston in 1957 by Gerald D. Hines. The  real estate company has a presence in 205 cities in 24 countries and it has approximately $133.3 billion of assets under management,


Aug. 10, 2020 Realty News Report Copyright 2020


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