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PaperCity Dallas September 2020

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their goal. The Haciendas may look almost simplistic in its minimalism, but great thought went into every square foot. True Zero VOC paints and Greenguard Gold- Certified tile-setting materials were used in construction. Ultraviolet- light air-purifying systems and cost-effective materials were implemented throughout. Native plants were chosen to withstand both Dallas' unforgiving heat and extreme rainfall, while driveways are a permeable decomposed granite mix, which is kinder to the Trinity River. But it's the focus on indoor/ outdoor living that makes the Haciendas so desirable, given our current moment. "Two months out of the year, it's extremely warm, but during the other 10, it's a treat to be able to sit outside in Dallas," Jackson says. Haciendas, two bedrooms/ two baths from $550, three bedrooms/two baths from $605, Clockwise from top: The Haciendas represents a pairing of two great Texas architects: Lake|Flato and Hocker Design. The neighborhood embraces a courtyard lifestyle. A clean-lined, compact kitchen. The open living-kitchen area designed by Kathryn Nelson Design. A sun-soaked bedroom brings the outdoors in. 40

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