Lewisville ISD is expected to begin construction on a new elementary school by the end of this month, according to school district officials.
Realty Capital is moving forward with the development of Lakeside Village after securing funding for infrastructure to support the $1.5 billion mixed-use project, which is set to be built along Lake Grapevine.
Lewisville residents can expect to see construction in Old Town this spring as developer AMAC Holdings gets to work on Main & Mill, a $35 million mixed-use project.
Lewisville City Council approves economic agreement with AMAC Holdings to bring $35 million mixed-use development to Old Town
National real estate investment and development firm AMAC Holdings will build a $35 million six-story, mixed-use development in Old Town after Lewisville City Council approved an economic development agreement Nov. 4.
Bright Realty recently announced that El Patio, a "Mex-Tex" restaurant, will open in The Realm at Castle Hills in spring 2020. The 3,800-square-foot restaurant will offer a blend of authentic Mexican food and Texas barbecue, according to a news release.
State and local officials attend groundbreaking ceremony of Ericsson's 5G smart factory in Lewisville
On Oct. 10, state and county officials attended the groundbreaking of the recently announced Ericsson 5G smart factory in Lewisville.
Ericsson announced Sept. 19 it has chosen to open its first-ever U.S. 5G smart factory early next year in Lewisville.
The future of Lakewood—a proposed multi-use development located north of Long Prairie Road and east of Silveron Boulevard—is uncertain following Flower Mound Town Council’s Sept. 16 denial of a rezoning request by developers.
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.
David Weekley Homes is set to move forward on the development of a 72-home, single-family subdivision after Highland Village City Council voted Sept. 10 to approve an amendment to the development plan for the property.
Lewisville, Flower Mound and Highland Village officials have come out against a new law they say hinders their ability to preserve the visual character of their communities.
Construction begins on Lakeside International Office Center, IntelliCentrics announced as first tenant
Construction on Lakeside International Office Center, which consists of two buildings south of the intersection of FM 2499 and Lakeside Parkway in Flower Mound, began July 17.
Highland Village City Council authorized the negotiation and execution of a contract June 25 with Play by Design for the rebuild of Kids Kastle at Unity Park, located at 2210 Briarhill Blvd., Highland Village.
Lewisville held a "topping out" ceremony July 3 to commemorate the final beam being placed on the Thrive multigenerational center.
Flower Mound will no longer pursue a tax increment reinvestment zone, or TIRZ, for Lakeside Village, according to discussion at the Town Council’s June 21 strategic planning session.
For a second time, Flower Mound Town Council is extending the completion deadline for a hotel at Lakeside Crossing, which is located on the west side of Long Prairie Road and south of the Long Prairie/Lakeside Parkway intersection.
Nack Development, a boutique-style real estate development company, announced May 20 its plans for a more than 17,000-square-foot, mixed-use development at 201 N. Kealy Ave., in Old Town Lewisville.
Lewisville City Council approved an economic development agreement March 18 with a developer who plans to redevelop property on the northeast corner of Charles Street and Main Street, at 191 W. Main St.
Developers in Lewisville and Flower Mound are looking for help in paying for millions of dollars worth of public improvements.
For years Flower Mound was considered a bedroom community that drew few outside visitors needing a place to stay.
Future residential developments in Old Town Lewisville are expected to help revitalize the area that has already seen a boost from entertainment, shopping and dining options added in recent years.
The developer of Flower Mound’s 158-acre River Walk at Central Park is closer than ever to delivering the retail, restaurants and public amenities promised more than a decade ago.
DJO, a global provider of medical technologies designed to get and keep people moving, announced Dec. 12 plans to relocate its global headquarters from San Diego, California, to Lewisville by early 2019.
Leon Capital Group, a Dallas-based investment company with a focus on real estate, announced in a Dec. 6 news release the development of Lakeyard District, a Class A 364-unit multifamily community at 1000 Lake Ridge Road, Lewisville.
A growing senior population and a continuing lack of interest from senior living developers to build in Flower Mound has resulted in town officials creating a plan to address the demand for affordable, high-quality, senior housing options.