Luxe Southlake Brownstones Bring Iconic, Classic Urban Living to North Texas

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Southlake BrownstonesThe brownstones of New York City are iconic, representing classic, elegant urban living. In the Garden District of Southlake Town Square, a new housing development is bringing that feel to North Texas.

Designed by architect David M. Schwarz—designer of The Ball Park in Arlington, Bass Performance Hall, and Sundance Square Plaza in Fort Worth—The Brownstones at The Garden District at Southlake Town Square are in a charming, tree-lined residential neighborhood just steps to the vibrant of Town Square in Southlake.

These brownstones are total luxury, based on the idea that now is the time for a smarter home. In the 25 brownstones, smart-home features and convenient high-end amenities go hand-in-hand.

“Our Meeting Street and Park Ridge brownstone homes offer home automation with seamless indoor-outdoor living with bi-fold doors that open onto courtyards that are created using our buyer’s vision ,” said Sales Director Nancy Holloway. “Top-of-the-line appliances, home automation, open floorplans, limestone baths, 10-foot ceilings, and wide-plank hardwood flooring are all standard offerings in our homes. Our Park Ridge homes offer five-car underground garages with elevators to conveniently connect each floor of these 5,000+ square foot homes. We also offer our buyers the opportunity to customize, create, and put a personalized touch on a home that will reflect their taste and style.”

Southlake Brownstones Southlake Brownstones Southlake Brownstones Southlake Brownstones Southlake BrownstonesThese three-story homes delight at every level. They range in size from 3,880 to 5,041 square feet, and $1.175 to $1.95 million-plus (monthly HOA fees are $165 to $180 depending on lot size—very reasonable!).

The Meeting Street floorplan has three full bedrooms, four full bathrooms, and a half bath. The Park Ridge floorplan has five bedrooms, with five baths and a powder room.

This limited collection of re-imagined brownstones overlook the new Oval Park – the perfect place for neighbors to gather and get to know each other. Because brownstones aren’t just about iconic living, they’re about community, too.

“Living in The Garden District at Southlake Town Square offers a lock-and-leave, low-maintenance lifestyle,” said Holloway. “We have combined fresh, modern design, ample parks, and green space within a true walkable neighborhood—our residents absolutely love the location.”

Southlake Town Square offers more than 25 restaurants, several grocery stores, a movie theater, and dozens of specialty retailers, such as Lululemon, Brooks Brothers, Blue Mercury, Apple, and Michael Kors, all within walking distance of The Brownstones. There’s also a public library, a Hilton Hotel, and City Hall in the neighborhood. For traveling, DFW Airport is just 10 minutes away.

“Our buyers are people that value quality construction and design, ease of living, and a walkable lifestyle,” said Holloway. “We have many buyers from other parts of the country that our homes resonate with for those specific reasons.”

The Brownstones at The Garden District at Southlake Town Square are zoned for Southlake’s Carroll ISD, recently named as the No. 1 school district in the state of Texas, with an “exemplary” rating. About 98 percent of the graduating class attends college with test scores that exceed national averages. This adds to the appeal of The Brownstones for their buyers.

Potential buyers can now buy and build homes in our neighborhood with out sacrificing the quality, high design or living spaces that they have enjoyed in their current homes. They will also notice our homes are highly efficient, intelligently and beautifully designed.

Curious to find out more? Visit the Brownstone Model Home Grand Opening Event on Wednesday, March 23 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. to experience what luxury living steps from Southlake Town Square could be like. For more information, visit, or call 817-751-7206. Sales Center is open daily from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and is located 351 Central Ave., Southlake, TX, 76051. Visit for further details.

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Leah Shafer

Leah Shafer is a content and social media specialist, as well as a Dallas native, who lives in Richardson with her family. In her sixth-grade yearbook, Leah listed "interior designer" as her future profession. Now she writes about them, as well as all things real estate, for

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