University Hill Homeowners Association
University Hills / Association of Home Owners
An urban oasis in the heart of DFW / Las Colinas. Luxuary homes, greenbelts, parks, walking trails,
amidst the lush trees and hills of the original jewel of the Las Colinas master planned community.
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...... 972-721-2256
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...... 972-721-4949
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...... 972-541-1312
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...... 972-541-2345
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...... 972-721-2355
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History of Las Colinas / University Hills
The area of Las Colinas was originally the Carpenter’s Hackberry Creek Ranch, also referred to as "El Ranchito de
Las Colinas", or "the little ranch of the hills". Las Colinas was founded in September of 1973 by Ben H. Carpenter.

University Hills was the first residential village to be developed in Las Colinas and was originally developed as
Northgate I, Northgate II and Northgate III. Norman and Bob Glatter were the first Presidents of Northgate Homes,
which built the first of the homes in the neighborhood. It's "fitting" that the first home at the west end of University
Hills (Northgate @ Gentry ) is STILL occupied by Mr. Glatter's widow , Kay. ( Glatter Falls in the Urban Center is
named for the Glatters).

However, there was at least one home here before there was a Las Colinas. Dick and Lois Short, whose home is
on what is now Rochelle Blvd., was actually built by a doctor and his family from Dallas for a week-end retreat in the
1930’s. It was at the end of a "lane" that served a farm house, which is now the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer.

The Office of the Secretary of the State of Texas issued a Certificate of Incorporation to UNIVERSITY HILLS HOME
OWNERS ASSOCIATION on May 11,1963. Las Colinas is known worldwide for its quality and uniqueness and the
same holds true for University Hills. The incorporating Board of Directors consisted of Ben H Carpenter, Wayne
Hurd and James Goodson. The organizational meeting of the Directors of UH HOA was held on October 26, 1964
with Robert ( Bob) Glatter : President, Peter (Pete) Jordan : Vice President, Ben Chovanetz : Secretary and
Eileen Rucker : Treasurer. (Wayne Hurd was the first President of Las Colinas before he moved to Marble Falls
to develop Horseshoe Bay with his cousin).

Today, the residential areas of Las Colinas consists of more than 3000 single-family units and 10,000 multi-family
units. Ten separate residential homeowner associations are within the Las Colinas boundaries including Fox Glen,
Cottonwood Valley, Hackberry Creek, Windsor Ridge, Mandalay Place, Fairway Vista, University Hills, University
Park, Quail Run and Country Club Place Condominium Associations.
About University Hills
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University Hills and its 500 homesites is a jewel of the Las Colinas master planned community. It is the residence
of choice for many community leaders including a city councilman, the current mayor, prominent businessmen
and community activists.

University Hills is located centrally in the DFW metroplex, 15 minutes frm downtown and two airports, Love Field
and DFW Airport. The Las Colinas Urban Center is also developing into a major destination with billions being
spent on hotel, entertainment, shopping, transportation, and residential complexes, a short walk across from
University Hills across SH114.

Las Colinas also offers two local country clubs, the Las Colinas Country Club and the Four Seasons Resort and
Club on which the Byron Nelson gold tournament is played annually. University Hills itself has numerous homesites
fronting the Las Colinas CC. Memberships at both facilities are available including exercise equipment, tennis,
and of course golf.

Within the borders of University Hills are several greenbelts and pocket parks including four lakelets maintained
by the Las Colinas Association. These facilities offer walking paths, fountains and have a duck community popular
with the very young. Nearby is Campion Trail which offers miles of exercise pathway.

University Hills has an active home owners association which features family centered entertainment at an annual
Spring Fling, providing rides, food, and live entertainment for all ages. In the winter there is a Deck The Hills
celebration, honored for community participation by the City of Irving. Hot drinks, choirs, and outdoor lighting
complement Pea Patch Lake.

Block Captain network and an annual planning and recognition meeting, a community website, and message
board help promote community identity and initiate programs designed to develop University Hills. Being a
member of the Las Colinas master community offers its own rewards.

Private security patrols, greenbelts, building restrictions and covenant enforcement ensure that University Hills is
and will remain a viable, attractive, and thriving community well into the future. Private schools are available to
meet the needs of more selective families looking to further their children’s educational experience. In addition,
of course, Irving offers its own public schools including a nearby magnet school, the Academy of Irving.

Shopping is available at local malls and shopping centers. World renowned Galleria complex is 15 minutes away.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
..... Mission Statement
...... The University Hills Neighborhood Association is a voluntary organization of residents who work together to improve and maintain the
.......quality of life in our neighborhood. Our goals are to foster strong communication, bring neighbors together, create a strong sense of
...... identity and empower residents to make University Hills all it can be.
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