Development news and other top stories from this week in DFW

Tuesday Morning plans to close 230 of its 687 stores in a phased approach. (Anna Lotz/Community Impact Newspaper)
Tuesday Morning plans to close 230 of its 687 stores in a phased approach. (Anna Lotz/Community Impact Newspaper)

Tuesday Morning plans to close 230 of its 687 stores in a phased approach. (Anna Lotz/Community Impact Newspaper)

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Tuesday Morning files for bankruptcy; 2 Richardson locations to close

Tuesday Morning Corp. announced May 27 the company has filed for bankruptcy and plans to close Richardson stores at 1750 E. Belt Line Road, Ste. 100, and 819 Arapaho Road, Ste. 14.

Medical City Frisco expansion plans in the works

Medical City Frisco is looking to expand its medical campus beginning next summer.



The Level III trauma hospital on Frisco Square Boulevard is aiming to add a new patient tower that would connect to the existing hospital’s north side and provide additional capacity for the ICU, neurosurgery, spine care and orthopedics, according to a hospital official.

Major real estate projects in Frisco well-positioned for future

While the coronavirus has shut down hundreds of Frisco businesses and has left even more people out of work, construction on many of the city’s biggest developments is moving forward with few delays.

Construction set to begin on $31 million distribution center in Roanoke

Construction work is set to begin in June on a privately funded distribution center west of the Hwy. 114 and Litsey Road intersection in Roanoke.

Park at Frisco Square preliminary site plan approved by P&Z

A 2.3-acre city park is in the works for Frisco Square following an approval by the Frisco Planning & Zoning Commission.

Elizabeth Ucles and Ian Pribanic contributed to this report.