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This phase will add 275 residential units (mid-rise apartments and townhomes) to the Northside project, as well as 6,000 square feet of retail space.

Once Northside 2 is completed, 7,000 students will be able to live on or near the campus.
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Millions of square feet of office, retail and homes planned for Allen project



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"We think we can do 1.5 million to 2 million square feet of office," said Hines managing director Drew Steffen. "We want to lead with office."

The project - called The Strand - will also have apartments, 300,000 square feet of retail and a 10-acre greenbelt along Watters Creek.
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Steffen said Hines, working with architect Gensler, is designing both single and multi-tentnat office buildings up to 12 stories tall.

"We are designing multi tenant buildings so we are ready to go," he said. "We are going to push for some corporate build to suit deals.

"But I'm not going with speculative buildings," Steffen said.
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"Our mission is to bring the corporate campus," said Dan Bowman, who heads Allen's economic development corporation.
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The initial phase of the project will include about 200,000 square feet of office space, 80,000 square feet of retail space, urban-style living options, and a greenbelt with park space and structured parking.

The next two phases will total the build out of 1.5 million square feet of office space with up to 300,000 square feet of living and additional residential homes.

In all, the mixed-use development will bring 10-acres of greenbelt and trail system to the city.
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Plano's Shops at Willow Bend to add new seven-story office building



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A Dallas-based development firm — Encore Enterprises — plans to build a new office building next to The Shops at Willow Bend in Plano in hopes of meeting some of the demand for high-quality office space in the North Texas city.

The seven-story, 200,000-square-foot Class A office tower will sit adjacent to the mall's food court and will be integrated into Dillard's parking garage. The building could accommodate up to 800 employees
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The office building is part of The Shops at Willow Bend $125 million expansion and will add much-needed Class A office space to the market, said Barry Smith, general manager for the property.
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The would-be office tenants would have access to the mall's yet-to-be announced upscale, 30,000-square-foot health and fitness club, as well as the two-level, 60,000-square-foot restaurant district.
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Construction has begun on the $91MM, 300-room Waters Creek Delta Marriott and Convention Center.

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Illinois-based developer starting Lewisville industrial project



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The 121,000-square-foot speculative building is planned on State Highway 121 north of Midway Road.
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Called 121 Riverview Crossing, the industrial project is planned for smaller tenants in an industrial market that is seeing construction of many much larger buildings.
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"The first phase at Park West is fully leased and we have commitments for around a third of phase two," Smith said. "We are replicating the success at that project in Coppell with this new development in Lewisville."

Smith said construction on the 121 Riverview Crossing building will start in August and it will open next spring.
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McKinney gets nod for new truck plant with potential jobs on the way


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Seattle-based PACCAR Inc. has reached a preliminary agreement to build a 130,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in McKinney, the city's economic development agency says.
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PACCAR's Dynacraft division builds trucks under the Kenworth, Peterbilt and DAF brands.
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The proposed plan will be at Wilmeth Road and Redbud Boulevard.

The McKinney economic development group and the city are still working to finalize the deal, which would receive economic incentives.
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The $20 million project will create about 200 jobs.
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Waxahachie, Sachse to get two new assisted living communities



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Plans for the project include 28 resort-style cottages and outdoor amenities on a 40-acre tract within a 10-minute walk to downtown Waxahachie.

Meanwhile, Dallas-based Mustang Creek Estates has begun construction on its latest North Texas community: A $7.5 million, 42,000-square-foot assisted and memory care community in Sachse.

The residential-style community will accommodate up to 16 seniors in each home, with in-home care service provided. In all, the community will create 50 jobs that can provide care for 90 residents.

The community will sit on a 7-acre tract at 3900 Ranch Road in Sachse. Construction is underway and the community is scheduled to open this fall.

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Developer of Statler renovation buys Celina land for 168-acre project

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"This tract adjoins the highly successful Light Farms master planned development," said Rex Real Estate broker Rex Glendenning, who arranged the sale.

"The property is located at the southeast corner of the Dallas North Tollway and the planned Collin County Outer Loop.
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"Centurion's plans include retail-commercial development, as well as apartments and townhomes, which should be an easy 15-minute commute back to Legacy Business Park and its growing new employment base."
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GM to expand in Arlington with two facilities totaling 1.2M square feet

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This new development could house 1,800 employees, city documents said, and the buildings are scheduled to be completed in December 2018.
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The expansion will be dubbed the Arlington Logistics Center and feature two industrial buildings on the site of the former Six Flags Mall.
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Also in the agreement is a $6 million grant paid out to the developer over increments provided they reach development goals.

Third, the agreement allows for $2 million worth of infrastructure improvements to the project by the city, including side walks and drainage improvements.
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Plano backs pedestrian bridge that would connect Legacy West, Shops at Legacy

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The city of Plano is seeking funding for a proposed pedestrian and bicycle bridge that would span the Dallas North Tollway, connecting The Shops at Legacy with the soon-to-open Legacy West mixed-use development.

Plano City Council on Monday announced support for an application to the North Central Texas Council of Governments for the design and construction of the bridge and approved $88,946 in local funds for the $444,730 project.

When completed, a 14-foot divided pedestrian walkway and a 14-foot bicycle pathway would stretch over the tollway. The project includes pedestrian traffic signals, lighting and five-foot buffers to separate foot traffic from vehicle lanes.
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Irving developer to begin new luxury community near Las Colinas' Lake Carolyn

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The 286-unit high-end community, called Jefferson Eastshore, will sit blocks away from the soon-to-open Irving Music Factory and the Water Street mixed-use development upon completion of construction, which is slated for fall 2018.
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Each apartment will have an urban mud room, high-end finishes within the homes and separate showers. Some of the homes will include private yards.
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I was going to ask if this was going to go over the access roads as well, but the article addresses that. I wonder if it would be better to do so. I guess it's a moot point since my opinion has no affect on their construction plans.

Either way, I think this is a good addition for that ever-growing area!
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I was going to ask if this was going to go over the access roads as well, but the article addresses that. I wonder if it would be better to do so. I guess it's a moot point since my opinion has no affect on their construction plans.

Either way, I think this is a good addition for that ever-growing area!
From what I understood, the existing southbound U-turn lane will be repurposed as the pedestrian bridge.
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Republic Property Group and Graham Dodds Launch New Restaurant in Celina



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The concept is two in one: it will feature a café and market area filled with “chilled and dry snacks and goods for grab-and-go purchase, organic produce, pastries, school-kid lunch boxes, sandwiches and more.”

The menu for the café, open for lunch and dinner is “designed with a responsible mindset to preserve and support the local community while featuring foods prepared with local, farm-fresh ingredients carefully selected to meet the needs of Light Farms, Celina and surrounding areas in North Texas.”
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California manufacturer lands in Rockwall with new plant



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Lollicup USA said Thursday that it will build a 700,000 square-foot industrial project in Rockwall near Interstate 30.

The planned manufacturing center east of Dallas will employ about 200 people.

Construction on the project will start within 120 days, Lollicup USA CEO Alan Yu said.

Lollicup's new plant is scheduled to open in October 2018.
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The planned Rockwall facility will be its second production center.
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"Major" project, another overstatement by Steve Brown.

Also, Montgomery Blvd. is west of Central, not east as stated in the article.

Major 600-unit rental project will add to Allen's building boom



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Georgia-based Davis Development wants to build a more than 600-unit rental community just east of U.S. Highway 75 on Montgomery Boulevard.

The almost 11-acre apartment development would be southwest of the popular Watters Creek restaurant, retail and apartment development at U.S. 75 and Bethany Drive.

Designed by Dallas architect Humphreys & Partners, the 5-story apartment project would have two large buildings with 363 and 252 units, according to plans filed with the City of Allen.
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Glade Park in Euless to get DFW's eighth Aloft hotel.

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