Editor’s note: This item originally appeared in the November 2015 issue of Inmotion.
Banking on the idea that young professionals want to work and play in Dallas but retreat to a quieter place, Canadian developer Western Securities purposely constructed the Mustang Station apartments adjacent to Farmers Branch’s namesake station.
“Young professionals today tend to favor public transportation, and our proximity to DART Rail makes us an attractive choice,” property manager Brandy Davis said.
The 256-unit apartment community, which opened Oct. 7, has heavily promoted its transit-accessible location to prospective tenants.
Farmers Branch communications director Tom Bryson said Mustang Station is one of the most exciting developments to open in the city this year.
“It will, no doubt, attract an entirely new crowd to our city,” Bryson said.