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Residential builders reportedly considering nearby high-rise

SMU students may find their off-campus prospects opening up soon with the Toll Brothers’ interest in a high-rise residential property near campus.

In December, the company contracted a high-profile building site near the heavily trafficked North Central Expressway, across from campus. With the Pennsylvania-based company moving in on several locations in the DFW area, SMU students may see more off-campus living options.

Toll Brothers has also been working on multiple urban apartment projects in West Dallas and the Oak Lawn neighborhood.

The company did not respond to requests for comment. The Dallas Morning News reports the location at the corner of North Central and Mockingbird Lane was originally slated for a second-phase residential building.

Toll Brothers has not announced a construction date at this time.

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