Oaxaca Interests, a Texas-based real estate operator, developer, and investment firm, recently announced its newest business venture, a manufacturing plant located in Grand Prairie, Texas that will be dedicated to creating modular homes. HIFAB, which stands for ‘high design fabrication,’ will include Haciendas homes designed by the San Antonio architecture firm Lake|Flato, HIFAB announced in a recent press release.
Customizable homes will hit the market during the first quarter of 2023 but can be ordered now. Clients can choose from two different sizes: The Studio - 2bd/2bth and The Standard - 3bd/2bth.
“With HiFAB, we hope to lead the modular home sector in Texas. By collaborating with Lake|Flato again, we’ll be able to provide folks with highly designed yet functional homes that will be produced at our seven-acre facility”, said Oaxaca Interests and HiFAB founder Brent Jackson. “Simple design is hard to pull off but it allows us to focus on the details for a cleaner, more efficient way of living. This uncluttered design also allows for a lock and leave lifestyle to travel the world and then return to a lovely home to catch your breath and relax.”
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