Crescent Estates, the developer who built the Courtyards at Normandy, will construct an 18-home luxury development on Forest Lane.

Crescent Estates, the developer who built the Courtyards at Normandy, will construct an 18-home luxury development on Forest Lane.

Word comes that the custom home builder that has signed on to build 18 luxury custom homes on the almost 4 acre site on Forest Lane just sold by Unity Church of Dallas is none other than Crescent Estates Custom Homes, the very same developer that built the Courtyards at Normandy in University Park.

The development, which will be called 6600 Forest Estates, was part of the 11-acre Unity Church of Dallas Campus. Charles Hicks, who purchase the property in a deal facilitated by Solender Hall Real Estate, has had the land rezoned for planned development. Crescent Estates is known for European-style homes with top-of-the-line finish-out, including museum-quality interiors, and attention to detail both inside and out. We have a feeling that the homes proposed for the Forest Lane development will be similar in construction if not in style to the Courtyards at Normandy.

We have calls and emails out to Crescent Estates to get the specifics on this luxury home development, so stay tuned!

Eliza Solender and Gary Scott

Unity Church of Dallas has sold almost 4 acres of its 11 acre campus on Forest Lane to Charles Hicks. Hicks plans to build 18 custom homes on the site, called 6600 Forest Estates. This is huge news because unless you plan a teardown, this area of North Dallas is almost completely built out. Until now …

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