Zoning approvals by Richardson City Council have made way for future tenants at a property along Sherman Street and West Spring Valley Road.
As the first building for a restaurant on the 2-acre lot nears completion, developers at 820 and 850 S. Sherman St. in Richardson have reevaluated the rest of the property, which prompted these zoning requests, a city memo stated.
Modifications to the land allow for the construction of an office building and the expansion of an existing building as well as for a replat of portions of the site. An amended concept plan was also approved for the site.
Th existing building, with space currently leased out to Jasmine Cafe, will be expanded by 1,800 square feet to provide indoor storage for a future grocery store. Currently, developers are planning for an international grocer and market owned by Jasmine Cafe to fill the space, a representative said at the April 12 City Council meeting.
The second, smaller building on the property will be demolished, reconstructed and repositioned into a 2,555-square-foot, single-story office building.
An update on the property will be brought to council in several months.