Longtime DFW builder Bill Darling leaps back into high-end homes in Celina’s Light Farms
Veteran North Texas homebuilder Bill Darling has launched a new company with his son-in-law, Zach Schneider, and the company will construct its first wave of homes in Celina's Light Farms.
Darling and his two brothers sold Darling Homes in 2013 to Arizona-based Taylor Morrison Homes, which continues to build in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Darling and Schneider started Tradition Homes this year, focusing on the high-end market.
The fast-growing 1,070 acre Light Farms community, located along the Celina-Prosper border, will be the site of the first homes built by Tradition. The new company initially will build 50 homes in the Hawthorne neighborhood of Light Farms, just north of Prosper's High School's new $48 million stadium.