Hiles Maintains Eco-Systems Near Development Sites

Marcus Hiles proudly protects the native foliage surrounding his developments. He says that “Creating communities that work in harmony with nature and lessen humanity’s carbon footprint is a responsibility I embrace.” His commitment is also displayed through extensive walking/jogging paths and private parks that serve to define the exclusive locations nestled alongside expanses of countryside, undisturbed ponds and pristine streams. Surrounding the Estates Woodland in Magnolia are the century-old oaks and pines of the W.G. Jones State Forest. Residents enjoy convenient access to the region’s leafy trails and scenic lakes. In San Antonio, the Mansions at Briggs Ranch highlights the rich, indigenous flora of the Hill Country, such as historic mountain laurels, which are beneficial for removing excess carbon dioxide. Trees are a prominent player in Hiles’s ecological objectives: through his company’s continual program to enlarge the canopy of shade trees, 2,500 trees are planted by associates each year. Over the last decade, the total of trees planted has breached 30,000, improving the air quality of the Lone Star state by sequestering about 75 tons of carbon dioxide each year. This strategy promotes a viable synergy between endemic scenery preservation and the luxury living for which Hiles’s developments are renowned.

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