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Grapevine to welcome new phase of the luxury Brownstones townhomes amid urban revitalization

Grapevine, Texas – Plans are in place to improve the urban scene in the center of historic Grapevine by adding luxury Brownstone townhouses, modeled by elegant projects found in Southlake and Westlake. With a closing date set for July 15, developers Taylor- Duncan Interests LLC, NuCiti Capital, and Cadence Homes of Texas are poised to purchase 1.2 acres for what will be the second phase of The Grapevine Brownstones.

Currently evaluated by the Tarrant Appraisal District at around $189,000, the area will be the site for 18 new townhouses. The project will build on the currently under progress first phase, which consists of ten residences with approved zoning back-off in March 2022. According to Greg Gifford, Managing Partner of NuCiti, these first residences should be ready for occupants by late summer this year while work is under process.

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First Continental Investments, which has committed to finance the second phase construction credit, will handle financing for this ambitious growth. There will be 28 houses overall right off Dallas Road, close to the newly opened Hotel Vin and the busy Main Street district.

Starting at $1.4 million apiece, the townhomes in the next phase will provide luxury living quarters spanning 2,700 to 3,200 square feet. Every three-story building will have conveniences including a garage and a patio room. With a reservation list of 18 and a backlog of 40 possible homeowners, Spencer Taylor, principal at Taylor-Duncan Interests, claims there is already notable buyer interest.

The anticipated start for construction is October, with the first closings projected for the first quarter of 2026. Taylor emphasized the appeal of the location of the property, pointing out its walkability and close proximity to public transportation choices—including simple access to the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. This feature is particularly appealing to what he describes as “home collectors,” affluent individuals who own multiple homes for various parts of the year.

The builders have a strong portfolio of projects around the Dallas-Fort Worth region and a great degree of experience. While Taylor-Duncan has successfully finished over thirty projects, NuCiti is engaged in developments around Fort Worth and the Bishop Arts District. Renowned for their knowledge of building various townhomes, Cadence Homes has active projects all across the metroplex including in Arlington, Mesquite, and Celina.

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These new luxury brownstones reflect a larger trend of urban development in North Texas, catering to a clientele that values both luxury and convenience as Grapevine keeps changing into a dense, walkable community.

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