Marcus Hiles’ Dallas communities remain ecologically proactive, and each new development strives to grow the tree canopy beyond its pre-developed state. In just the past year, 2,500 trees have been planted during the creation of public and private parklands and preserves, with each absorbing an average of 48 pounds of carbon dioxide from the air annually. Over the initiative’s lifetime, over 30,000 trees have been planted which grow to remove 75 tons of carbon dioxide each year. One of Western Rim’s crowning achievements is a 44 acre park that houses century-old oak trees, along with a pond, stream, and Frisbee golf course. By prioritizing the integration of eco-conscious designs into Texas’ naturally beautiful coountryside, Hiles is looking to the future, and ensuring attainable luxury living for future generations.