Painted Tree expands the variety of housing options with the announcement of new luxury apartment homes coming to the community.
Avanta Residential and Curve Development recently closed on land within the Painted Tree master plan. Each will be bringing a unique offering of single-family rental homes to the community.
The city is planning for a variety of recreational uses within the future park. The land, with its adjacency to Erwin Park and future connection to over 200 additional acres of open space, will help create one of the regions most sought after parks and trails systems.
Steve Brown, Dallas Morning News, breaks announcement of the seven home builders committed to Painted Tree and Oxland Group’s delivery of the largest number of phase one lots in Dallas-Fort Worth history.
Painted Tree recently brought 100 goats onto the property to do some goatscaping, an environmentally sensitive approach to clearing land. It served as a fitting “groundbreaking” for this nature-centric community.
Dallas Business Journal’s Bill Hethcock talks with Oxland’s Tom Woliver about Painted Tree’s trail experience driving the community’s design and delivering 25 miles of outdoor adventure.
Dallas Morning News shares how Painted Tree’s commitment to trails, parks and outdoor-centric amenities aligns with today’s new homebuyer’s greatest desires. Nearly 70% of Dallas-Fort Worth potential homebuyers ranked trails as their most preferred amenity.
Dallas Business Journal talks with Green Brick Partners, Painted Tree’s first builder partner, and learns that this market is hot.
Painted Tree envisions an active lifestyle where the trail begins right outside your front door.
Community Impact shares Painted Tree’s plans for a broad range of homes from smaller cottages to large estate homes for people in all different ages and stages of life.