The Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) has been studying dynamic allocation of sub-frames to uplink (UL) or downlink (DL) in Time Division Duplex (TDD), called 'Dynamic TDD,' since the Long Term Evolution (LTE) Rel. 11 timeframe. At the same time, 3GPP is also standardizing Enhanced Local Area (eLA) small-cell heterogeneous architectures for inclusion in LTE-B (LTE Rel. 12) as a solution offering high data rate to user terminals (UEs) along with high system capacity through spatial reuse of spectrum. In this paper, we focus on a particular eLA architecture proposed by DOCOMO, called the Phantom Cell architecture, that has the option to support dynamic TDD. For an arbitrarily-located UE in an eLA cell network, we apply results from stochastic geometry to derive expressions for the distribution of DL signal to interference plus noise ratio (SINR) at an arbitrary UE and the distribution of UL SINR at its serving eLA base station (BS). We use these results to study aspects of eLA cell system design, and the sensitivity of SINR to the extent of coordination across eLA cells employing dynamic TDD.