Category Archives: New Construction

Southlake gives preliminary approval for residential subdivision

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23826096_1699342383443999_8116472041195244948_oSouthlake City Council approved during its Dec. 4 meeting the first reading of a request to allow for the development of a residential neighborhood, Oxford Place, including 11 lots averaging over 44,000 square feet each.

The approximately 12.64-acre property for the potential development is south of East Highland Street, west of Carroll Middle School and near the intersection of Highland and East Kirkwood Boulevard, according to the meeting agenda packet.

The applicant for the development, Sage Group Inc., originally proposed a gated development for 13 lots with a private street during a Nov. 6 City Council meeting.

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Grapevine unveils more details about upcoming Main Station project

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Grapevine’s highly anticipated train station and boutique hotel may open around January 2020 as part of the city’s Main Station development project, which also includes a community plaza and parking garage, at Main Street and Dallas Road.

Coury Hospitality will manage the parking garage, the hotel and most of the train station, Grapevine City Manager Bruno Rumbelow said.

Mark Brooks, a development partner for the project, presented design and layout plans for the connected hotel and train station during Grapevine’s economic partnership meeting Wednesday.

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Next phase of Old Town revitalization to increase walkability on Main & Mill in Lewisville

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LFH-08-2018-Lede2-2After several years of planning, preparing and talking to business owners, the city of Lewisville will finally move forward this fall with the next big phase of Old Town’s revitalization—reconfiguring Main and Mill streets into a more vibrant and pedestrian-friendly area.

With several nearby residential projects in the works, Lewisville staff said increasing the area’s walkability is desperately needed.

In order to achieve this walkability, Mill between College Street and Purnell Street will be reduced from a four-lane road to a two-lane road with a continuous turn lane in the middle with bike lanes and street parking. Bike lanes, sidewalks and parallel street parking will be added to Main between Mill and Railroad Street.

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Developers break ground on 450-unit multifamily community at The Gate in Frisco

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Work began this week on a new 425-unit luxury multifamily community within Frisco’s 40-acre development, The Gate.

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Jefferson at The Gate is located on the northwest corner of the Dallas North Tollway and John Hickman Parkway. The Gate is a $1 billion development first announced in 2016 and will include more than 650,000 square feet of office space, 130,000 square feet of retail space and a luxury hotel.

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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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City Council approves funds for Grapevine Main community plaza Peace Circle

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At its meeting July 3, the Grapevine City Council unanimously acted to designate $895,000 to purchase decorative art for its new community plaza.

The art, called the Peace Circle, will serve as the focal point of the plaza, which will be developed alongside the Grapevine Main TEXRail train station, the boutique Hotel Vin and parking garage.

“This Peace Circle has long been considered for Grapevine to tell its story, and its greatest story as well,” said Paul W. McCallum, executive director of the Grapevine Convention and Visitors Bureau.

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Grapevine City Council approves new townhouses at SH 360

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On June 19, the Grapevine City Council approved a zoning change to allow for 69 townhouse units at 4201 SH 360, Grapevine. The community will be called The Reserve at Bear Creek.

The estimated price range for the homes will be about $400,000 with floor plans of 2,800 and 2,600 square feet.

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