By Brian Scott | NBC 5 Denton County Reporter | Mar 14, 2014
Developers at Flower Mound’s Lakeside DFW are putting up big money to save hundreds of trees.
Leaders at Realty Capital relocated more than a 100 live oak trees from the site when construction first started on the 150-acre commercial and retail development on Lake Grapevine.
“We thought it’d be kind of a shame to have to wipe all those trees out,” said Managing Director Richard Myers.
By Danielle Abril | Dallas Business Journal | February 10, 2014
A new dine-in theater will make its way into Dallas-Fort Worth.
Austin-based Moviehouse & Eatery, which is building a location in Keller, plans to add a second DFW location at Lakeside DFW in Flower Mound.
The Keller location is slated to open in October and construction in Flower Mound is scheduled to begin in May.
By Chris Roark | Flower Mound Leader | November 26, 2013
Lakeside DFW has become the first, and perhaps the only, development in Flower Mound to make its case for having a farmers market in town.
Brian Leek of Realty Capital made a pitch during a recent town council work session about why Lakeside DFW, a 150-acre mixed-use development is the right place for a farmers market. The project, which has already seen heavy construction in Phase I, is located at the intersection of FM 2499 and Lakeside Parkway.
“We’re convinced that a farmers market can be successful and will add to the value of our project,” Leek told the council, adding that the location could draw in residents from neighboring cities.
Building begins on Lakeside DFW
By Brian Scott | NBC 5 Denton County Reporter | Jul 17, 2013
Construction crews began turning dirt this month on Lakeside DFW, a 150-acre commercial and residential development on Lake Grapevine.
By Candace Carlisle | Dallas Business Journal | April 10, 2013
Dallas-based developer Realty Capital planned to start its $1 billion, 150-acre mixed-use master-planned project overlooking Lake Grapevine in Flower Mound this month, but there was something standing in the way.
Actually, it was more like 400 somethings.
Flower Mound mixed-use development takes root
By Martha Deller | Fort Worth Business Press | December 9, 2013
For two decades, the Stewart family was “in the wrong place at the wrong time” to develop 150 acres on the northeast shore of Lake Grapevine in south Flower Mound.
As the town’s population multiplied, the city council rejected the Stewarts’ request in the mid-1990s to build a mixed-use development of residential, retail, restaurants, offices and other uses.
By Wendy Hundley | The Dallas Morning News | November 23, 2012
When Flower Mound Mayor Tom Hayden introduced Jimmy Stathatos on Monday, he set some high expectations for the new town manager.
“We’re very excited about what you’ve done in Roanoke and hope you can do the same thing in Flower Mound,” Hayden told Stathatos, who has served as Roanoke’s city manager for almost 15 years.
He will join Flower Mound in January.
By Wendy Hundley | The Dallas Morning News | November 20, 2012
Construction may begin next year on Flower Mound’s first project approved under the town’s mixed-use ordinance.
Lakeside DFW, approved Monday by the Flower Mound Town Council, will lend an urban feel to the bedroom community and provide public space overlooking Grapevine Lake.
By Wendy Hundley | The Dallas Morning News | November 18, 2012
FLOWER MOUND — Peter P. Stewart was dove hunting with friends more than 40 years ago when he first trod the woods and farmland along Grapevine Lake’s eastern shore.
He was impressed by the natural beauty of the landscape and the dramatic sunsets reflected on the water.
“That’s what started it off,” he reminisced Friday, as he walked along a crest of a hill overlooking the lake where he and his family now own 155 acres known as Lakeside DFW.