Work continues on the Argyle Landing project, with an Argyle town official providing a timeline for construction for the mixed-use development at a council meeting in February.

The details

Argyle Landing will be in an area east of I-35 and south of FM 407, and it will feature 198 single-family homes and a couple of commercial pads, said Nabila Nur, director of community development for the town of Argyle. The development also has available space for commercial development.

Zooming in

Nur told council the development representatives told her grading work would be completed by May, and crews would begin some utility work in April. No end date was provided for utilities, but it could take a couple of months, Nur said. Grading work started in December.

“Then in September, they want to begin their pavement work on the streets, and then they’re planning to complete it in November,” Nur said.

She said the construction dates are tentative, and the town could start receiving building permits in January 2025.

Also of note

At the Feb. 20 meeting, council approved a future park concept plan, with that plan coming in accordance with council wishes, according to a news release from the town. According to the release, the council also:
  • Heard the Argyle Tree Rebate program received 15 applications for reimbursement
  • Approved a fee contract with law firm Perdue, Brandon, Fielder, Collins & Mott LLP for collection of court fines and fees owed to the town
  • Approved council member Ron Schmidt’s request that the Exceptional Citizen Service Recognition Award for February be awarded to Scott Gibson, former Argyle Middle School principal, who died in January
  • Approved waiving the tree mitigation fees on a site located next to CVS Pharmacy, located on FM 407; council heard several large trees had to be replaced twice because of theft, and the approval included the planting of three additional trees on the property