Developers launch $300M planned community with 1,000 homes east of Dallas

Feb.February 08, 2018 07:47 PM

Dallas developer Wynne/Jackson is building a 1,000-home planned community in Forney, on the eastern end of city’s metro area. RAM Real Estate Capital is partnering on the $300 million Overland Grove project, and Landmark Bank is financing the initial phase of construction. The plan for the 336-acre site includes a new elementary school and resort-style amenity center. The first buildings are expected to open in 2019, with homes priced between $275,000 and $400,000. [Dallas Morning News]

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