Eco-friendly development policies remain central to the philosophy of renowned Texas real estate developer Marcus Hiles. “Creating communities that work in harmony with nature and lessen humanity’s carbon footprint is a responsibility I embrace,” Hiles explains. In the over 15,000 luxury rental units his company Western Rim Property Services has developed, the philosophy has been put into action partly by installing appliances labeled by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as ENERGY STAR. Since ENERGY STAR’s launch in 1992, the program has helped Americans reduce their carbon dioxide emissions by 283.2 million metric tons. With the average resident in the Lone Star State is paying around $1,650 per year in utility bills and $400 annually for natural gas, these energy efficient appliances mean utility savings of up to 50 percent.
Marcus Hiles, Dallas news real estate expert and Founder of Western Rim Property Services, started his company with the mission of providing affordable, luxury communities which inspire Texans of all socioeconomic backgrounds. Thirty years later, the entrepreneur’s elegantly designed and eco-friendly properties are thriving throughout the Lone Star State, and are proudly called home by thousands. By building near breathtaking natural scenery and delivering unmatched, state of the art amenities, Hiles’ residents are able to attain the highest quality of living at a fraction of the cost.
Marcus Hiles has earned a reputation for constructing luxurious suburban communities in close proximity to major city centers throughout Texas. Resort-style amenities, and chic, spacious floor plans produce a unique sense of refinement and comfort. Open natural spaces, exercise facilities, dog runs, public and private parks, and championship golf course privileges all help maintain a communal atmosphere among residents. The solace and complete privacy inside each apartment is a fitting complement to these offerings, providing a true escape from the outside world. In addition to soundproofing, the materials and building processes serve another purpose as well, helping to reduce carbon emissions and resident’s energy costs — an important goal of Hiles for each property.