4 vendors chosen for Grapevine's Harvest Hall include new concepts from Mason & Dixie, Loveria Caffe restaurants
Four vendors have been chosen for Harvest Hall, Grapevine’s much-anticipated food and entertainment venue that is slated to open in 2020, according to a news release announcing the selected applicants.
Dallas Road in Grapevine is about to get a makeover.
A Honda dealership is coming soon to Grapevine at 2301 William D. Tate Ave., Grapevine.
Developers, investors, Southlake Mayor Laura Hill and City Council members and city staff gathered at 1200 E. SH 114, Southlake for the groundbreaking of the Westin Hotel.
Major projects in Grapevine, Colleyville and Southlake are either drawing to a close or launching in 2020, bringing with them changes to the hearts of these communities.
A ribbon cutting and open house was held Jan. 14 for the Gary and Cynthia Blankenship Business Center, the new addition to the Grapevine Chamber of Commerce.
Here is a list of stories that appeared this year on the front pages of monthly issues of the Grapevine, Colleyville and Southlake edition of Community Impact Newspaper.
The Southlake City Council gave nods to a zoning change and concept plan for a separate, three-story office building of approximately 22,000 square feet to be constructed neighboring the Chapel Crossing office building.
A project slated to create up to 164 new jobs and more than $1.6 million in capital investment is coming to Grapevine.
Colleyville City Council will consider turning the current senior center into a multigenerational recreation center.
Colleyville Chamber to relocate to former Wachovia building, will staff space for new business center
The Colleyville Chamber of Commerce is moving to a new home.
A collaborative effort will result in six new single-story medical office buildings, and helped provide initial approval for seven new homes at the intersection of SH 114 and Shady Lane in Southlake.
A piece of Grapevine will be redeveloped for retail and office uses.
A failed attempt to replace Grapevine's Shady Oaks Mobile Home Park with a new three- to four-story apartment complex has prompted residents there to question the stability of their living situation as well as their relocation options.
A project to renovate the Grapevine Animal Shelter is gaining traction.
A Community Open House on Nov. 4 centered on a proposal for a multifamily development in Southlake Town Square.
The city of Grapevine decided against the closure of a mobile home park that would have displaced residents from one of the city’s few remaining pockets of affordable living.
Southlake's Carillon Parc concept plan revised to create project 'unlike anything else in North Texas'
An updated concept plan for the much-anticipated Carillon Parc was met with all-around approval from Southlake officials and residents at a city work session Sept. 17.
Editor's note: This story has been updated to clarify the difference between Texas Central's Sept. 13 announcement about a design-build contract with Salini Impregilo and an October 2018 announcement about a limited-notice-to-proceed agreement with Salini Impregilo.
The Hotel Vin and Harvest Hall building, part of the larger Grapevine Main mixed-use development at the corner of Dallas Road and Main Street in Grapevine, held a topping-out ceremony Sept. 12. A topping-out is a tradition held when the last beam—or its equivalent—is about to be placed atop a structure during construction, officials said.
A new Texas law governing local building standards could have a lasting effect on the look and feel of communities, industry professionals said.
Grapevine’s Harvest Hall will be the latest in a series of food hall openings, affirming the prominence of this trend across the region.
A proposal for a multifamily development in Southlake Town Square was presented at the Sept. 5 Southlake Chamber of Commerce luncheon.
On Aug. 20, Grapevine City Council awarded a contract to The Fain Group to build out the city's Cotton Belt Trail, kicking off a project to enhance downtown Grapevine's walkability.
Editor's note: A previous version of this story incorrectly stated the name of Michael Cifre's business. He owns Colleyville ATA Martial Arts.