Read the most popular business and community news from the past week from the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

First Mad for Chicken in Texas now open in downtown McKinney

The Korean-inspired restaurant serves soy-garlic fried chicken alongside pork belly strips, salads, kimchi fries, quesadillas and more.

Container home community in McKinney the Cotton Groves to begin work on first homes

Once complete, the 2.75-acre neighborhood will offer 35 units for qualifying low- to moderate-income families to purchase. The Cotton Groves project is backed by Habitat for Humanity of Collin County and aims to offer a way for people to become homeowners and build equity, CEO Celeste Cox said.

Williams Sonoma relocates to new storefront in Plano

Williams Sonoma is a California-based company that sells kitchenware and home furnishings. It also offers in-home design services.

Plano officials explore music venue permit process amid resident noise complaints

The city’s commercial threshold on noise levels is 70 decibels, or 10 decibels above the background noise level, from 7 a.m.-10 p.m. From 10:01 p.m.-6:59 a.m., it is 60 decibels or 5 decibels above the background noise level.

Site plan approved for Tupps Brewery relocation, expansion in McKinney

The vision for the brewery included numerous design exceptions, which staff listed, but also noted that the project is “envisioned to be a campus-style and entertainment destination reminiscent of the area’s industrial feel of the site.” With that in mind, staff recommended approval.

Matt Payne, Miranda Jaimes, Olivia Lueckemeyer and Erick Pirayesh contributed to this report.