More Mixed-Use Development on the Way For Suburban DFW

Posted by Kenneth G. Cox on Thursday, May 23rd, 2019 at 2:00pm

DFW Mixed Use DevelopmentDespite home sales struggling in early 2019, development still seems to be going strong throughout much of DFW. 

Most recently, another small mixed-use project has been announced for suburban Dallas, and this one appears to be in the works for Lewisville. 

According to recent reports, Nack Development will be looking to add 17,000 square feet of restaurant and office space across three buildings at Kealy and Church streets, a site that currently sits vacant. 

Developers feel Lewisville has plenty of new development potential but this particular project is designed to emulate early 20th century architecture in order to help preserve and maintain the town’s already-existing old-world charm. 

As of now, the plan is for the project to feature a 4,000 square foot restaurant, 12,000 square feet of office space, and a 1,600 square foot coffee shop. 

In additional to the new Lewisville project, Nack Development is also working on a larger-scale mixed use project in Frisco dubbed The Rail District. 

1 Response to More Mixed-Use Development on the Way For Suburban DFW

Edmond Richland wrote:

An interesting project conceived
Will it be implemented or what can prevent it?

Posted on Thursday, June 6th, 2019 at 7:20am

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