There is a special kind of connection between neighbors that comes from living in a closely-knit community. Frequently sharing common spaces, kids playing together at the park, and looking after your neighbor’s home while they are away is part of the appeal of living in a friendly, well-connected community. One of Parkland Village’s newest communities, ParklandSquare, is providing that very sense of connectivity in multiple ways.
The Howard Hughes Corporation and David Weekley Homes are bringing an exciting new way to connect residents by equipping each of the forthcoming 172 homes within Parkland Square with a Ring Video Doorbell Pro and Spotlight Cam security camera.
Designed as a Traditional Neighborhood Development (TND), residents of Parkland Square will live within a community with well-connected streets and pedestrian pathways that encourage community engagement. Providing ease of mobility, Parkland Square will be within walkable distance to an active central square, known as Celebration Park, where neighbors can have a BBQ or block party. They’ll also be able to walk to dining, shopping and other services at the future Parkland Village Center.
By implementing Ring technology into each home, David Weekley Homes creates a state-of-the-art way to empower homeowners. The effective, easy-to-use, security solutions will offer peace of mind and keep residents connected to their homes whether they are a few blocks or hundreds of miles away.
Homes in Parkland Square will be designed in the modern prairie and modern farmhouse style of architecture. The Ring devices accompanied with the Neighbors App supports neighborhood attentiveness and the notion that a connected community is a safer community, making these homes even more appealing.