There is a veritable geyser of data tracking housing today. From existing-home sales, to house prices, to new-home permits, to starts—housing metrics abound.
Ample infill for thin lots
Smaller-scale infill designs are not just for well-established urban areas anymore.
ArchitectRick Garza, Principal ArchitectRPGA Design Group817.332.9477Plan SizeTotal: 2,508 sfFirst floor: 1,336 sfSecond floor: 1,172 sfPorch: 122 sfGarage: 489 sf
Over time many developed neighborhoods have suffered damage from weather and, possibly, from just normal wear and tear. The need for a revival of older neighborhoods may require infill with small-lot homes to revive the market. Smaller-lot homes can accommodate starter families, retirees, or even large families with options of expanding over the garage with added living spaces. The Byers Avenue homes have a maximum lot width of 35 feet and are designed with an uptown feel that can be easily modified to fit in with many different neighborhoods.