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Old Posted Oct 25, 2019, 2:25 AM
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Originally Posted by Nomad9 View Post
Maybe, but it’s relatively dense, transit oriented development. You have to give new developments like this time to develop some character.
Dallas doesn't really have any high density tracts, and has minimal transit share.

The stuff in the foreground is where single people live; they aren't gonna be in 3-4,000 sq. ft. tract homes. I mean, yeah, it's better than McMansions in cornfields, but it isn't like Dallas falls short on that score. And I suspect these apartments will age about as well as McMansions.

Dallas actually builds a crapload of multifamily. I believe they're #2 in multifamily construction starts, behind only NYC. But it's almost entirely the typology in the pic.
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