Multiuse development coming to Frisco; commercial projects underway in Plano and more top DFW news

Developer JVP Management and architecture firm Torti Gallas   Partners on Nov. 15 presented early plans for Project X. Project X is the placeholder name of a 112-acre proposed development to revitalize the failed Wade Park project off the Dallas North Tollway and Lebanon Road. (Matt Payne/Community Impact Newspaper)
Developer JVP Management and architecture firm Torti Gallas Partners on Nov. 15 presented early plans for Project X. Project X is the placeholder name of a 112-acre proposed development to revitalize the failed Wade Park project off the Dallas North Tollway and Lebanon Road. (Matt Payne/Community Impact Newspaper)

Developer JVP Management and architecture firm Torti Gallas Partners on Nov. 15 presented early plans for Project X. Project X is the placeholder name of a 112-acre proposed development to revitalize the failed Wade Park project off the Dallas North Tollway and Lebanon Road. (Matt Payne/Community Impact Newspaper)

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Frisco

Project X: New plans in the works for land where defunct Wade Park project sits in Frisco

A community comprised of multifamily units, several parks, new retail and open space is in the works for the land where Frisco’s infamous hole in the ground sits.

Rosita's Tex-Mex & Cantina in Frisco closes



Rosita's Tex-Mex & Cantina is closed in Frisco.

McKinney

Third Monday Trade Days to close after December market in McKinney

Third Monday Trade Days, located at 4550 W. University Drive, McKinney, is set to permanently close following its final operating weekend Dec. 17-19.

Plano

Headway made on major commercial projects in Plano

Despite rising material costs and a lack of available land, Plano continues to attract business, as evidenced by several large-scale projects in various stages of development.

Zoning change approval would allow mixed-use development on Haggard-owned farmland in Plano

The Plano Planning and Zoning Commission approved a zoning change that would bring an upscale, mixed-use development to a plot of land owned by the Haggard family.

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



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Salata has locations in 42 cities across four states. (Courtesy Salata)
5 restaurants coming soon to Keller, Roanoke and Northeast Fort Worth

Residents will soon have more options for lunch and dinner.

street sign intersection
Amended Grapevine ordinance prohibits parking on portions of Franklin Street

As part of an amendment to Grapevine's ordinance, visitors will no longer be allowed to park on the north side of East Franklin Street.

Potential Earth and Roots CBD storefront
Colleyville City Council to consider special-use permit for CBD store

At its Dec. 7 meeting, the Colleyville City Council discussed whether to grant a special-use permit to a CBD store looking to open in Colleyville.

HTeaO opened a location just outside of Richardson on Oct. 15. (William C. Wadsack/Community Impact Newspaper)
HTeaO continues North Texas expansion with soon-to-open Southlake location

HTeaO is known for its variety of iced teas sold in a drive-thru store.

Frisco City Council on Dec. 7 gave city staff permission to sell millions of dollars in bonds to pay for new capital projects, including money to go toward the upcoming performing arts center at Hall Park. (Rendering courtesy Hall Group)
Roadwork, remodeling, refinancing: Frisco City Council allows bond sales for future capital projects

Frisco City Council on Dec. 7 gave city staff permission to sell millions of dollars in bonds to pay for new capital projects and refinance existing debt for lower interest rates.

Cielo Beauty Bar opened Nov. 5 at 5729 Lebanon Road, Ste. 142, Frisco. (Courtesy Cielo Beauty Bar)
Cielo Beauty Bar opens Frisco location

The spa specializes in skin care, offering services such as waxing and sugaring.

Outdoor dining areas called parklets are now a permanent fixture in downtown McKinney. (Miranda Jaimes/Community Impact Newspaper)
McKinney makes 'parklets' permanent for downtown outdoor dining

There are two parklets downtown: one in front of CT Provisions Cocktail Parlor & Kitchen on West Louisiana Street, and the other in front of Huge Cafe on East Virginia Street.

man at table
Lewisville ISD board prioritizes projects that could be done using land sale funds

The board’s wants will be researched by district staff, and price estimates and plans will later be presented to the board.

Food.
New Shake Shack location under construction in south Plano

Shake Shack's menu includes the company's signature burgers and milkshakes in addition to chicken sandwiches, hot dogs and crinkle-cut french fries.

Tewbeleaux's Cajun Grill opened in Northwest Austin on Nov. 2. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
CI TEXAS ROUNDUP: Tewbeleaux's Cajun Grill opens first Central Texas location in Northwest Austin; House of Pies opens in Cypress and more top news

Take a look at the top five trending stories across Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas in Texas as of Dec. 8.

Life.Church is set to open its fourth church in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. (Courtesy Life.Church McKinney)
Life.Church to launch McKinney location in time for Christmas Eve

Services at Life.Church begin with high-energy worship and feature Biblical teachings from senior pastor Craig Groeschel.