More than just homes, the Parks of Aledo has captured the neighborhood culture so many developments strive for. (Photos courtesy Parks of Aledo)
Are you, like me, tired of hearing the same old blah-blah from builders and developers when they try to sell you on how different their new community will be? How their newest community was inspired by older neighborhoods and how it will be designed unlike any other development in the history of ever?
I get that every new residential development has to have a shiny, exciting mantra and theme, promising buyers a world-class living experience like never before. I get that developers and builders are just trying to sell the public on the greatness of the next new thing.
But seriously? Do we have to hear it every time? How this-or-that community is different?
Ironically, new developments in Tarrant & Parker Counties are populated with pretty much the same handful of builders — local and national — and therefore the homes all look relatively similar to the previous development that was inspired by history and designed to be different.
That is, until now …