While school options continue to increase across the country, the environment and school’s surroundings remain closely linked to the quality of education provided. Suburban cities often have lower crime rates than urban areas, creating a safer and more encouraging atmosphere offering better social growth and engagement. School districts based in suburban areas generally spend more money per student than big city schools, leading to improved facilities, resources, and teacher quality. The gives students an optimal learning environment that has a profound effect on their overall education — with a greater and far-reaching impact on their lives. Marcus Hiles believes in the quality of life that a suburban community provides, which is why he continues to build and develop communities in both established and expanding suburbs alongside the state’s largest urban hubs. Enrollment in the state’s top-rated schools is always a possibility easily found in these suburban developments.
More people are moving to urban areas, and local ecosystems need wilderness spaces to keep the environment healthy. Urban wilderness promotes health and happiness among residents, cleans the air and creates life-giving oxygen. These areas heavy on trees and plants also help to hold ground and rain water for future use. American Forests is an organization that studies municipal forests and the repercussions of declining natural areas in cities. Marcus Hiles supports their mission to educate the general public about why these areas are beneficial to communities. Beyond the benefits of shade reducing heat retention and cooling vehicles by fifty degrees, just two trees can produce enough oxygen for one person and absorb twenty pounds of air pollution annually. As our cities grow, it is vital that residents create, maintain, and are able to benefit from urban wilderness areas.
With the expanding number of options available to a renter in modern times, it is critical to consider the amount of breathing space woven into an apartment or home’s floor plan. This is where Western Rim properties is the expert, utilizing tranquil space to provide not only valuable real estate but the best possible living quarters to enhance a resident’s quality of life. The National Multifamily Housing Council notes that 41% of Houston’s current population lives in rental properties, and Marcus Hiles understands the importance of catering to the modern renter by providing gorgeous apartment arrangements that include open open floor plans with private patios and balconies.
Each community is designed to be “The Best Place in the City,” delivering the utmost comforts at immense value. Located in carefully selected premier parcels of real estate, Marcus Hiles’ Dallas properties are situated in the best school districts and feature on-site lakes, private parks, vineyards, and access to a championship golf course. Unrivaled in first-class comforts, tenants can expect lavish wood and concrete floors, attached garages, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, marble baths with rainwater showerheads, and 80-ounce carpet layering. Inside the clubhouse awaits a retreat that surpasses industry standards – cutting edge fitness facilities, spacious meeting areas, business centers, billiards rooms, and a relaxing spa. 163-foot, resort style infinity pools come complete with a tanning deck, summer kitchen, outdoor wi-fi lounges, and cabanas.