Missed any of our articles from this week? Take a look at what you might have missed from Community Impact’s coverage areas in Dallas-Fort Worth from Nov. 27-Dec. 1.

Construction begins on Hwy. 183, I-820 corridor in Tarrant County

The project will add a free, general-purpose lane in each direction along I-820 and a toll lane in each direction along Hwy. 183. Full construction is expected to be underway by mid-2024 with completion anticipated in 2027.

Developers propose hotel, open space concepts for downtown McKinney redevelopment initiative

Downtown redevelopment proposal concepts, including a hotel, multifamily residential developments, open space and more, were presented to McKinney City Council members at a Nov. 28 special meeting.

The proposals, given by the top three respondents to a city-issued request for qualifications, included plans for the potential redevelopment of four city-owned properties in downtown McKinney.

Frisco to host 2025 Dallas Open tournament

Sports City USA is breaking into the world of tennis.

The 2025 Dallas Open tournament will be held at the Ford Center in Frisco’s The Star, according to a Nov. 27 news release.

2023 Byron Nelson golf tournament infused over $80M into Dallas-Fort Worth

The 2023 AT&T Byron Nelson golf event resulted in $80.93 million in total economic output, according to an economic impact study by Eventcorp Services obtained by Community Impact on Nov. 21.

The measured output includes the impact of visitor spending, the $1.86 million tournament purse and tournament operations. This is an increase from the 2022 event, which generated $55.4 million in total economic impact.

Fort Worth leads all other Texas cities in population growth, closes in on 1 million residents

If it feels like Fort Worth is a bit more crowded, it’s for good reason. According to the Texas Demographic Center, Fort Worth’s population grew more than any other Texas city between January 2020 and January 2023.