CCMC has been named community management company for Wildridge, a new community in Dallas suburb of Oak Point, along the shores of Lake Lewisville. Developed by Crescent Communities and Taylor-Duncan Interests, LLC (TDI), Wildridge offers wide-open spaces, rolling hills and shady trees. Nothing contrived. Nothing manufactured. This is 385-acres of nature at its very best. Neighbors will enjoy a community center, swimming pool, winding trails, stocked pond, inviting waterfronts, passive parks, and other amenities designed to connect people to the outdoors. Wildridge will open this summer and eventually grow to 1,300 single-family households. CCMC currently manages 3 other Crescent communities, including Belterra, Oakland Park and The Groves, and is providing pre-development consulting on another Crescent community in Austin, Texas. Our services at Wildridge will begin on April 1, 2015.
About Crescent Communities – Founded in 1969 in Charlotte, NC, Crescent Communities is a diversified real estate investment, development and operating company dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for people through sustainable multifamily, residential and commercial communities and responsible land management. Crescent’s portfolio today includes 22 master-planned communities, including its signature Palmetto Bluff, as well as 15 multifamily projects with 4,295 units under construction or in planning. The company owns and manages approximately 42,118 acres, including 800 acres zoned for commercial use.
About Taylor-Duncan Interests, LLC – TDI was formed in 1992 by Larry Taylor and Phillip Duncan to focus on residential lot development opportunities to serve the needs of the home building industry. TDI and its related entities have developed thousands of single-family lots and have worked closely with many of the nation’s large private and public homebuilders providing new communities in several markets throughout the country. Taylor-Duncan Interests has developed communities in Texas, Tennessee and California over the past 22 years, and they remain extremely active in the Dallas-Fort Worth, Austin and Nashville markets with many new development projects.