Outdoor Warehouse Supply to purchase driving range for headquarters, distribution center to Lewisville

Outdoor Warehouse Supply stated that it does not plan to make major changes to the Hank Haney Golf Ranch building in Lewisville. (Courtesy city of Lewisville)

Outdoor Warehouse Supply stated that it does not plan to make major changes to the Hank Haney Golf Ranch building in Lewisville. (Courtesy city of Lewisville)

Outdoor Warehouse Supply plans to purchase the Hank Haney Golf Ranch at Vista Ridge facility and redevelop the site for its headquarters and principal location.

The Lewisville Planning and Zoning Commission approved a rezoning request and special use permit Oct. 20 for Outdoor Warehouse Supply to redevelop the property for the headquarters and a sales and distribution center. Lewisville City Council will vote on the requests Nov. 2.

According to meeting documents, the Hank Haney Golf Ranch at Vista Ridge driving range is closing. However, Steve Johnson, managing partner of Hank Haney Golf Ranch, said the plans for the purchase will not be finalized until Lewisville City Council votes on the proposal.

Outdoor Warehouse Supply is a wholesale and retail landscape material supplier currently located in Plano. The business was founded in 2014.

Lewisville would be the site of Outdoor Warehouse Supply’s second location, according to meeting documents.

The company does not plan to make major changes to the Hank Haney Golf Ranch building and parking lot located at 2791 S. Stemmons Freeway, Lewisville. Plans do include constructing several greenhouses and shade structures for plant material and adding an iron gate to the east side of the property.

Calls to Outdoor Warehouse Supply for comment were not immediately returned.

According to the permit application filed with the city, the company's customer base includes landscape contractors, municipalities, pool contractors and homeowners. Plans at the Lewisville site, the application stated, call for "a state-of-the-art growing, sales and distribution center for the landscape, hardscape, masonry and outdoor construction industries."

In its application, the company wrote: "Outdoor Warehouse Supply has experienced tremendous growth, and we would like to make Lewisville our principal location and company headquarters as we continue to grow and add locations in other areas."

By Lindsey Juarez Monsivais


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