The city of Lewisville on Sept. 14 agreed to cover half of the cost—up to $40,000—of the facade improvements at 105 E. Main Street through an economic incentive grant.
The developer, DBNA Inc., plans to lease the building to Sparrow Collective, a Wisconsin-based apparel and gift store, according to city documents.
The improvements to the facade will include installing new storefront windows and doors in a way that’s consistent with the guidelines for Old Town.
The incentive agreement would also have the city cover the costs of the developer’s building permit fees and impact fees. This amount would not exceed an additional $13,000 under the agreement.
The interior demolition is expected to wrap up around October, the city said. Work on the facade would begin then and likely last through the spring.