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Real Estate Update: Summer Launch of Luxury Condos Sees Impressive Results

Oct 19, 2015 12:49PM ● By Kevin
Southlake Town Square’s first condominium project, The Parkview Residences, was launched in late June of this year and is already 35 percent sold, according to a recent press release.

Luxury condominium sales in Texas have seen record growth, with sales in Dallas and Fort Worth up 20 percent over previous years. The attraction of low-maintenance, upscale urban living is drawing young professionals and empty nesters to trade in their detached homes for new, high-end condominium developments like The Parkview Residences. 

As the first condominium development in Southlake, The Parkview Residences will provide homeowners with a “lock and leave” lifestyle in the vibrant center of one of Texas’ most desirable communities.

Fresh off their success in developing the iconic Montgomery Plaza; the cornerstone of the West 7th Street revival in Fort Worth, Plano-based Marquis Group, will develop the Parkview Residences’ 36 spacious 2, 3, and 4 bedroom floor plans. 

“The Parkview Residences are in a compelling location,” says Frank Bliss, President of Cooper and Stebbins, the developer behind Southlake Town Square.  “Integrated into the historic Brownstone District, The Residences will become part of the neighborhood while at the same time being just steps away from all that Town Square has to offer.  

"The new Oval Park being developed across the street will offer views into Town Square’s first Texas native garden park, and further amenitize the Residences by providing a perfect place to walk, sit and gather with friends.”

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