The Development. Our Vision

The project is a highly unique single-family (detached home) residential development, including a single retail/loft space. The homes are designed by acclaimed Texas architect, Dan Shipley. They will be sustainable, contemporary and highly energy efficient in design, and offer great utility and timeless beauty at an affordable cost. This one-of-a-kind, low environmental impact, urban project, will greatly enhance the footprint of the neighborhood, as well as providing the rare opportunity to purchase a sensational new home with a yard, just blocks from downtown Dallas.

They will be sustainable, contemporary and highly energy efficient in design, and offer great utility and timeless beauty at an affordable cost. This one-of-a-kind, low environmental impact, urban project, will greatly enhance the footprint of the neighborhood, as well as providing the rare opportunity to purchase a sensational new home with a yard, just blocks from downtown Dallas.

Location

  • NE corner of Browder and Hickory, in The Cedars neighborhood
  • Lots: 1509a, 1509b,1509c, 1513a, 1513b, 1513c, 1517a, 1517b, 1517c, 1521a, 1521b, 1521c and 1527a, 1527b, 1527c Hickory St. and 1814, 1818 and 1820 Browder St.
  • Dallas, Texas 75215

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Development Details

  • 18 total detached homes
  • 9 detached single-family homes (1,950sf – 2,100sf)
  • 6 detached single-family homes (~1,450sf)
  • 2 detached single-family homes (~2,600sf – 3,000sf)
  • 1 retail/living space (~3,500+sf)
  • Private yards and inter-connected common areas
  • Sustainable/Energy Efficient Construction
  • Water Conservation Plan/Xeriscape landscaping
  • Energy Star rated
  • Net Zero options

Development Team

The Galleries on Hickory is a project of Dig It! Development. Brad Friedman and Steve Jordan are the companies’ principals and oversee all project management. Dig It! Development is in close partnership with other significant entities, including Shipley Architects, Porcelanosa-USA and UT-Arlington's School of Architecture and Department of Communication (Communication Technology) students.