Marcus Hiles Gives Residents More Than Just A Home

Marcus Hiles’ Dallas-based Western Rim offers communities featuring luxuries not found in the urban jungle. Communities sitting lakeside highlight outdoor fireplaces, lounges, and fitness equipment, with others boasting resort-style swimming pools, off-leash dog parks, and open-air summer barbecue areas. Tranquil ponds, walking and jogging trails, personal trainers, and perks at nearby golf courses deliver a…

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Marcus Hiles Committed To Creating A Sustainable Dallas

Thickening the tree canopy of the Dallas area is part of Western Rim’s goal to develop sustainable communities throughout the region. Marcus D. Hiles, Dallas-based CEO of the company, is known for planting more than 2,500 trees per year. Each of his communities is surrounded by parks, trails, and common areas which generate oxygen and…

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Marcus Hiles Confident In Economy As U.S. Investments Grow

As a whole, U.S. capital investment grew by $16 billion in 2015, according to multinational firm Ernst & Young. The Lone Star State recorded $48.3 billion in business financing, ranking first in the country, and the Gulf Coast states, which are traditional leaders in the energy industry, attracted the highest number of investors for the…

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Marcus Hiles Notes Shift To Outdoor Architectural Focus

Architectural trends are heading the way of outdoor designs that boast low maintenance but maintain high style. Marcus Hiles of Western Rim Properties has seen an emphasis placed on open-air spaces that are both sustainable and reduce utility costs for residents. Eco-friendly, conservation-minded choices like rainwater or graywater harvesting and permeable pavement are put into…

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Marcus Hiles Demonstrates Water Conservation Tips

Water, most notably heated water, is a major source of emissions in most first-world countries, as over ten gallons is used per person per day. Western Rim Properties CEO Marcus Hiles offers a few simple conservation tips. By taking shorter, cooler showers, fewer baths, and turning off the faucet when brushing or shaving, a big…

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