The 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.”