As part of the Carillon Parc project in Southlake, a portion of North White Chapel Boulevard will be widened.

The gist: The road will be widened between Hwy. 114 and East Kirkwood Boulevard due to the projected traffic volume from the Carillon Parc development.

What’s happening: The road will be expanded from two to four lanes. Curbs, asphalt, landscaping, necessary storm infrastructure and a 12-foot wide medium will also be added.

The backstory: Carillon Parc is a 42.5-acre European-style mixed-use development in Southlake at the northeast corner of Hwy. 114 and White Chapel Boulevard next to the Carillon neighborhood. The project’s site plan approved in December 2021 included 26.7 acres that will hold a public park, retail and office space, 50 lots and 79 villas for residential use, and space for a parking garage. Southlake approved investing public funds into the road as well as Carillon Parc’s park and public parking garage April 5.

Timeline: The project must reach substantial completion by March 31, 2027, per the city’s agreement.

Cost: Southlake City Council approved reimbursing the developer Carillon Crown LLC for up to $1.86 million or 100% of the construction costs, according to city documents.
A bird's eye view shows the future roadway expansion and Carillon Parc location. (Courtesy city of Southlake)