Marcus Hiles Works To Increase Tree Canopy Across Texas

Marcus Hiles Works To Increase Tree Canopy Across Texas

Marcus Hiles’ Dallas complexes are proactive ecologically, with each new complex working to increase the tree canopy from its pre-developed state. 2,500 trees have been planted in the past year alone, creating of public and private parklands and preserves, with each absorbing an average of 48 pounds of carbon dioxide annually. The initiative has planted over 30,000 trees in its lifetime, removing 75 tons of carbon dioxide each year. One of Western Rim’s biggest achievements is a 44 acre park which contains century-old oak trees, a pond, stream, and Frisbee golf area. By focusing on working eco-conscious designs into Texas’ naturally beautiful landscape, Hiles is building for the future, and ensuring affordable upscale living for generations to come.

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