Post World War I-style brownstones rock in SouthlakePost World War I-style brownstones rock in Southlakehttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=21222014-12-19T12:23:00Z2014-12-19T07:45:00Z

SOUTHLAKE - The second phase of new upscale housing is beginning to take shape in Southlake Town Square starting with 31 new brownstones built in a “post-World War I” style in the Garden District development.

The Garden District is the residential component of the Southlake Town Square mixed-use development.

The new brownstones are a continuation of the first phase of brownstones, which began in 2006 and consist of 43 units.

The second phase of brownstones will total 31 units. There will be 19 units on Meeting St. and nine on Park Ridge Blvd. In addition, three custom brownstones do not yet have a specific plan.

The brownstones on Meeting St. will range from 2,391 sf to 3,920 sf. The brownstones on Park Ridge will range from 4,934 sf to 5,041 sf.

The starting price of a brownstone is $975,000.

The homes on Park Ridge Boulevard are built on a grade that allows them to have a first floor five-car garage and three floors of living space, which includes five bedrooms, five full- and one half-bathrooms and an optional elevator.

The first residents are expected to move into the development by late summer of 2015.

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