Lewisville City Council approves zone change for planned single-family neighborhood at Windhaven Parkway and FM 544

Lewisville City Council unanimously approved a zone change to make way for a 131-lot, single-family residential neighborhood on a 24-acre tract of land at Windhaven Parkway and FM 544. (Courtesy city of Lewisville)
Lewisville City Council unanimously approved a zone change to make way for a 131-lot, single-family residential neighborhood on a 24-acre tract of land at Windhaven Parkway and FM 544. (Courtesy city of Lewisville)

Lewisville City Council unanimously approved a zone change to make way for a 131-lot, single-family residential neighborhood on a 24-acre tract of land at Windhaven Parkway and FM 544. (Courtesy city of Lewisville)

Lewisville City Council unanimously approved a zone change to make way for a 131-lot, single-family residential neighborhood on a 24-acre tract of land at Windhaven Parkway and FM 544.

The zone change, which was approved at a May 4 City Council meeting, was requested by Lewisville ISD. According to officials, the school district is planning to sell the land to Dallas-based developer Arcadia Realty Corp. The land, which was originally zoned as a public use district, is now zoned as a planned development estate townhouse district.


According to the zone change request, the neighborhood will feature a small pocket park, a walking trail, street trees, enhanced building materials and additional enhanced landscaping features.