Alliance Real Estate
Living in the "Golden Corridor"
The 26,000 acre Alliance Texas project is a high profile master planned region encompassing single family communities, golf courses, and regional malls along with corporate campuses, distribution centers, and the Alliance Airport. Most of the North Fort Worth, Trophy Club, Roanoke, Justin, Haslet and Northlake neighborhoods which make up the area are well known for their great schools and beautifully landscaped, amenity filled master-planned communities.
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Opportunity for New Homes
New construction is always of interest to home buyers. And the Alliance area offers those looking for new homes a consistent supply of spec inventory and "from the ground up" new home builds. The current wide range of neighborhoods in various stages of completion is almost staggering.
Buyers have choices of small, quaint additions with as few as 150 homes all the way to the master-planned communities of 3000 lots or more. The majority of new home areas will require membership in an owners association to cover the costs of the amenities available for homeowners.
Harvest, a planned community founded on a five generation family farm, showcases the bountiful celebration of gathering, growing and living.
The new neighborhoods in the Alliance corridor each offer community amenities that typically include pools and splash parks, trails and greenbelts, ponds and playgrounds. What makes each development unique is the focus of the design.
Each development has its own flavor created by well planned elements from the entrance structures and landscaping to the style of the new homes offered.
Some neighborhoods take on the image of their surroundings, with native grasses waving in the breeze and landmark entrances that blend into the hillside they're opening from.
Others present a theme, epitomizing a visitor's expectation of the perfect representation of the surroundings. Still other new developments strike out to make a statement and define their character with elegant urns and waterfalls at their gated entrances.
There are even a few new additions that announce their personalities with splash parks and playgrounds easily visible from the main entrance. Each is unique. Each is well thought out. Each offers homeowners insight into the shared "vibe" of their neighbors expectations.
Canyon Falls, an 1199 acre planned-community spans Northlake, Flower Mound and Argyle overlooks the Graham Branch Creek.
Living in The Alliance Area
Alliance Area Home Styles
No matter which development new home buyers prefer, they're bound to find homes at widely varied price points, sizes and design styles.
On trend architecture can include stone and brick facades, nods to the "olde world" with corbels and turrets, or even Texas prairie style featuring large front porches and little or no brick at all.
Desirable Floor Plans
Open floor-plans are most prevalent throughout Texas, and it's no different in the Alliance area. Living rooms open to kitchen and breakfast rooms are often separated by a large island or breakfast bar. If the home is a two story, the master-bedroom will most often be located on the first floor with secondary bedrooms upstairs.
Two story homes are most typical as today's buyers often want a room count that requires more square footage than can be accommodated on an average lot size.
Both Well Established and Newer
All Grown Up & Looking Good
The Alliance area has been on the radar of home buyers for many years. Folks started looking that direction for access to more affordable land as Southlake, Keller and now Trophy Club grew and built out.
As an example, the neighborhood of Heritage, generally considered to be close to the southern edge of the Alliance region, was one of the first additions in the area with home construction beginning in 2001.
The vast majority of residents in preowned homes throughout the Alliance region are required to be members of their neighborhood association. Just like the newer neighborhoods, these established areas also offer parks, greenbelts and trails.
No matter the age of the neighborhood, new or preowned, most all subdivisions in the Alliance area include community amenity centers with pools and ball fields plus the organizations to keep neighbors busy with everything from book clubs to children's playgroups.
Still Newer Homes, Often with Upgrades
It's also not unusual to find a home that's just a couple of years old in a neighborhood that still hosts home builders selling new construction. For those home buyers who don't have a requirement to choose every color or fixture in their home, these properties can offer a great value.
New home builders have a pretty good track record of raising prices at routine intervals. A home seller in a three year old neighborhood may be selling the very same floor plan and finish level as a brand new builder's inventory home, but at a lower price. It could be you'll find a home with a swimming pool, or over-the-top upgrades that come at a much reduced cost.
Because we work in completely opposite directions we needed to find a home that would let us "split the difference" in commute times. We really thought we were going to have to stay further east, maybe around the airport. But Cindy showed up how quick the drive time into Dallas could be on Highway 114. I'm glad we considered it because we were able to get a much nicer home for our budget.
- Janelle & Allen Weston -
Fairway Ranch Home Buyers
Well Regarded Schools
Great Neighborhoods & Great Schools
Sought After Schools Enhance the Alliance Area
Master planned communities throughout the Alliance area have caught the attention of home buyers who are not only coming to participate in the economic growth, but also the outstanding schools in the region.
The Alliance area benefits from well regarded school districts, and, perhaps more importantly, some of the most prefered feeder patterns within those districts.
Be sure to check out the school pages on this site where you can search for homes by district, or even drill down to searches by individual schools.
If you're not sure which schools may be a good fit, be sure and reach out. We're happy to provide you with guidance and answer any questions you have. School districts serving the Alliance area include:
Things We Love About the Alliance Area
The Alliance area is booming with new home neighborhoods and the developers vying for home buyers have pulled out all the stops with elaborate resort style amenities and vibrant themed neighborhoods that fit every lifestyle.
Kids First - Family Friendly
Active - Vibrant
Fresh & New
Upscale yet Comfortable
Welcoming & Warm
Business and Corporate Hotspot
On Trend But Not a Fad
The Economic Growth
The "Golden Corridor" is seeing the fastest pace of corporate relocation in the Metroplex. Heavy hitters like TD Ameritrade and Charles Schwab help the area bring in an economic impact of around $64 billion, and there's no sign of a slowdown.
The majority of the Alliance area falls into the Keller & Northwest ISD's, while the northern portion includes Argyle ISD. All three districts sit near the top of local, state and national ranking systems as well as on parent and community surveys.
Not on Any Map... Yet
A Region, Not a City
The model public-private venture that is Alliance is growing its own reputation in the area, and across the country. Alliance is a model of how an intermodal facility and related business park can attract high quality corporate businesses like Motorola, SC Johnson and Son, and Mitsubishi in conjunction with desirable retail and residential.
Hillwood's unique (and first class) planning has created a new synergy in the area that will soon surely make its mark on the map. Literally! You won't usually find Alliance on a map as it's not a city, it's a region that falls within both Denton and Tarrant County.
From North to South
Neighborhood developments in the Alliance area include popular additions like Heritage and Saratoga south of State Highway 114. Communities as far north as Harvest, which spans both the cities of Argyle and Northlake and the new Pecan Square in Northlake at I-35 and 407 are also in the golden corridor that is Alliance.
The Alliance corridor continues to expand west as well as north. Standing at Heritage Trace Parkway looking west of I-35 towards downtown, one can't help but be overwhelmed at all the construction of new homes. Presidio Junction, a shopping mecca of over 60 stores anchored by Costco and Target sits in the heart of the area.
Cities in the Alliance "Golden Corridor"
Home buyers in the Alliance area will find they have plenty of choices of new construction homes as well as preowned homes in most all price points and sizes throughout the Alliance area. Alliance falls within both Denton and Tarrant County and spans the cities of:
Things To Do in the Alliance Area
This quintessential Texas road trip stop is located near the heart of the Alliance area. You'll want to leave plenty of time to meander through 60,000 sq. ft. of gas, food, candy and, well... Stuff!
Gift of Lights
A Texas sized drive thru light park at Texas Motor Speedway operates each Christmas season. Gawk at more lights then you've ever seen assembled in one place and end up in Santa's Village for photos and fun.
Heritage Town Center
Presidio Towne Crossing
Tanger Outlet Malls
The Right Stuff
The annual Alliance Air Show features military precision teams and wing-walking daredevils. If you like old bi-plane warbirds, high tech military equipment, or antique Ercoups, you're gonna love this show.
Prospects Are Great For
Long Term Vitality
The "Golden Corridor" Fortunes
Access to the area includes Highway 114, US 377 and 287 as well as I-35 W and 407. That makes the Alliance area a favorite for commuters who can reach many of the DFW Metroplex employment centers. Additionally, the Alliance area has become a hot spot attracting businesses with high paying jobs.
That's just part of the reason the area is called the "Golden Corridor" This access to thoroughfares combined with the business friendly nature of the planned development should insure the vibrant pace of growth continues well into the future.
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Your Perfect Alliance Home
Start Doing Your Homework Early
The Alliance area offers home buyers small-town values with close proximity to major urban amenities. Real estate in Alliance runs the gamut of home sizes and price ranges, and those searching new homes for sale in Alliance are often overwhelmed by the wide range of properties for sale.
Because the area is newer than much of the Metroplex, many homes for sale are newer. But there are pre-owned homes on the market as well, and they often offer buyers amenities not found in new construction. If you're considering a swimming pool, for example, you'll want to think about looking at a preowned property.
If you think the Alliance area may offer just the right home for you, give me a call. I'm more than happy to talk with you about your real estate choices and show you around the area. -Cindy
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ALLIANCE TEXAS QUICK FACTS
Alliance is a 26,000 Acre Master-Planned, Mixed Use Development that:
√ is almost twice the size of Manhattan
√has created 61,600 direct jobs abd growing
√is called home by over 500 companies who occupy the 45 million developed square feet
√has a $76 BILLION economic impact
√is the fastest growing area of the country's fastest growing city with a population of over 500,000
√is within 20 a mile commute of over 2 million people