Dallas’ state leading economy, led by a thriving real estate sector and the increasingly diverse array of industries, often hides the fact that there are those remaining in need throughout the city. Marcus Hiles, a prominent developer of affordable luxury housing throughout Texas and the CEO of Western Rim Property Services, is aware that there are more than 1,200 homeless children living on the streets of inner city Dallas, and is working relentlessly to assist these kids plagued by poverty. Now, his effort to protect school kids from the approaching winter elements saw Hiles donate over 300 coats to be handed to those most in need by a church in the Dallas/Fort Worth region.
For prominent residential developer Marcus Hiles, environmental stewardship is a big piece of his business practices. Since creating Western Rim Properties more than thirty years ago, Hiles has continued to advocate for initiatives supporting conservation, reduced waste and minimizing pollution. With his reputation of being a responsible developer that utilizes sustainable materials, energy-efficiency has become a cornerstone of all Hiles communities. With thoughtful planning, the collection of uniquely designed units seamlessly incorporate the area’s unspoiled beauty while expanding the green spaces of the surrounding region. In an ongoing effort to ensure that the company builds following a plan that surpasses government standards, Hiles’ proactive steps to reduce carbon emissions result in increased cost savings for those enjoying the upscale amenities that make his residences so desirable.