New home project coming to booming West Dallas neighborhood

The developer of West Dallas' popular Sylvan|Thirty mixed-use project is bringing more housing to the neighborhood.

Oaxaca Interests has started construction on a townhouse community west of downtown Dallas.

The 16-unit project is two blocks from Sylvan|Thirty at 707 W. Commerce St.

The 3-story modern homes were designed by architect Far + Dang with metal and wood exteriors.

"Historically, West Dallas has been an underserved area in both retail and residential," Brent Jackson, President of Oaxaca Interests, said in a statement. "With several land holdings, Oaxaca Interests is in a solid position to keep filling these community needs and drive momentum forward."

The townhouses will start at $324,000 and range in size from 1,380 to 1,510 square feet.

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