Southlake’s $290M Carillon Parc project moving forward

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In June Southlake City Council approved the site plan for Carillon Parc. The Parc is intended as a high-end retail experience that is pedestrian rather than automobile-focused.

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When Denise Shirey first purchased her home in 2012 in the Carillon residential community, it was with the promise that a state-of-the art, mixed-use development would take shape in the field adjacent to her house.

The recession of 2008 was still impacting many projects, however, and over the years the developer, Hines, attempted to sell off sections of the land. Hines eventually backed out of the Carillon plaza district altogether, leaving the field undeveloped.“We felt abandoned,” Shirey said at a June 19 Southlake City Council meeting.That changed in June when the Southlake City Council unanimously approved Hunter Chase Capital Partners’ updated Carillon Parc development—a project a decade in the making.

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