10:51 PM Dec 12, 2018 CST

Medical technology company DJO to relocate global headquarters to Lewisville

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.

364-unit multifamily development near Lake Lewisville to open in fall 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.

First project in Flower Mound's senior housing overlay district gains approval

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.

National recognitions help drive job growth in Flower Mound

In September, CNN Money, which is published by Time, Inc., ranked Flower Mound as No. 16 in its annual list of Best Places to Live.

Thirty-One Gifts to bring national distribution center to Flower Mound

Thirty-One Gifts, a direct-selling company known for its bags and accessories, announced Friday it is moving its national distribution center from Columbus, Ohio, to Flower Mound and bringing hundreds of jobs with it.

Mary Kay Inc. opens new Richard R. Rogers Manufacturing and Research and Development facility in Lewisville

On Thursday morning Mary Kay Inc. opened the doors to its new Richard R. Rogers Manufacturing and Research and Development facility in Lewisville.

River Walk At Central Park developer partners with Brix & Tin Hospitality to bring six restaurants to Flower Mound

Centurion American announced Thursday a partnership with Brix & Tin Hospitality, the company that will

GALLERY: I-635/SH 121 interchange project breaks ground

On Aug. 13 the Texas Department of Transportation, the city of Grapevine and NorthGate Constructors hosted a groundbreaking for the I-635/SH 121 interchange project . The $370 million project is the next big piece of the DFW Connector. It will reconstruct and widen SH 121 to accommodate a new interchange at I-635 and new direct connectors at SH 26 and FM 2499.

Next phase of Old Town revitalization to increase walkability on Main & Mill

After several years of planning, preparing and talking to business owners, the city of Lewisville will finally move forward this fall with the next big phase of Old Town’s revitalization—reconfiguring Main and Mill streets into a more vibrant and pedestrian-friendly area.

Bright Realty breaks ground on The Realm at Castle Hills, a 324-acre, mixed-use development

Bright Realty broke ground today on a 324-acre, mixed-use development, The Realm at Castle Hills, which will include office, dining, retail, entertainment and multifamily projects.

Construction expected to kick off in July for Lewisville's largest 2015 bond project

Projects from Lewisville’s largest bond package are under way three years after gaining voter support. The …

PPG breaks ground in Flower Mound on its largest distribution center

Developer Duke Realty joined Flower Mound and PPG Industries Inc. officials to break ground today on a new PPG distribution center at 1001 Lakeside Parkway, Flower Mound.

$1.2B project set for Flower Mound’s lakeside

After six years of planning and several hours of public comments spread out over two planning and zoning commission meetings, a workshop and a Town Council meeting, Realty Capital was granted the rezoning it needed to construct the $1.2 billion Lakeside Village development.

Texas Central, Amtrak reach agreement for $16.5 billion bullet train services

Texas Central and Amtrak announced Friday that the two companies have reached an agreement offering through-ticketing and transfer services for passengers traveling between Amtrak and Texas Central stations.

Lewisville council approves variances allowing the Tower Bay Lofts project to receive building permit

At the March 19 City Council meeting, members approved three variances to city code to allow the developer of Tower Bay Lofts to receive a building permit prior to completion of all public improvements.

Global headquarters flock to Lewisville, Flower Mound

City officials say Flower Mound and Lewisville’s strategic central location in the Metroplex, low tax rates and easy access to major highways and the airport have helped them attract major employers and national firms.

Orange Theory and Merrill Lynch among companies coming to River Walk development in Flower Mound

Town of Flower Mound officials announced Feb. 7 that Centurion American has signed lease agreements with Merrill Lynch, Bank of America and Orange Theory to occupy spaces in the River Walk at Central Park development.

Developer of River Walk at Central Park gives updated timeline on restaurants, public amentities

When the concept plan for the 158-acre River Walk at Central Park development was approved in 2008 it was sold as a mixed-used development that would feature residential, medical offices, a hospital, plazas, parks and a host of public amenities.

Residential projects to increase Old Town Lewisville’s vitality

Until five years ago Old Town Lewisville sat as an aging downtown suffering from a population shift to the west and a lack of entertainment and public amenities.

Survey: Trader Joe's, In-N-Out Burger most requested by Flower Mound residents

Flower Mound’s Economic Development Department collected and analyzed the feedback of 1,455 residents who participated in the 2017 Retail & Restaurant Survey. The survey is held every two years. Although a complete report of the survey results is not available yet, the town has released the most requested retailers and restaurants:

10 opportunities in January, February to comment on Texas Central's proposed high-speed railway from Houston to Dallas

The Federal Railroad Administration will host 10 public hearings throughout Texas in January and February regarding Texas Central's high-speed railway. Community members can attend the public hearings to submit comments on the project.

Lewisville officials: New law poses no threat to Castle Hills annexation

A new state law, Senate Bill 6, which went into effect Dec. 1, is making it difficult for some cities to annex property within their extraterritorial jurisdiction, or ETJ, but Lewisville officials said the law does not pose a threat to the city’s plans to annex Castle Hills in 2020.

Federal Railroad Administration outlines preferred Dallas-Houston route for Texas Central: 5 things to know about the high-speed rail's environmental report released Friday

The Federal Railroad Administration signed a draft environmental impact statement for Texas Central on Friday, which outlines a preferred route for the high-speed railway from Dallas to Houston, according to a statement from Texas Central. The FRA's release of the environmental report comes after a four-year study process on the environmental impact of the 240-mile route.