Lakeside offers an active lifestyle and a growing number of options for apartment dwellers of all ages
In a few short years, Lakeside DFW’s reputation as a great place to live has grown. No wonder.
Within walking distance of every apartment home, residents can find a variety of dining options, convenient shopping, services, walkable sidewalks, parks, and trails.
Some say Lakeside feels like living in a resort where you pick out a dress, get your hair and nails done all before you walk to one of your favorite restaurants. Or make your way to The Market at Lakeside where you’ll find a wide selection of tasty items to cook at home.
The Lakeside Trail, which winds several miles through the community, takes you to the Lakeside Boardwalk. This scenic quarter-mile walk along the Corps property ends at Sunset Point, a 6,000-sf deck overlooking Lake Grapevine. Sunset Point attracts lots of visitors, especially around sunset.
On the way, you’re likely to run into other residents you know. If not, you’ll soon make their acquaintance. Lakeside was tailored to create social interactions.
Unlike conventional “apartment complexes,” Lakeside parking lots are located behind apartment buildings, out of sight until you need to find a space. This layout welcomes pedestrians on to the sidewalks, trails, and parks.
Nexus Lakeside (formerly Elan Lakeside) sits at the entrance to Lakeside and offers lofts, town homes, and apartments. The residences here have been very popular and that demand has led to two new projects.
Overture, an age-restricted community (55 and up), is located south of Nexus and just north of the dog park. With lots of amenities and services, Overture offers a luxury option for people looking for a carefree, maintenance-free lifestyle in a vibrant community.
Elan Flower Mound, the four-story buildings under construction along Lakeside Parkway, will feature community-building amenities like a bocce ball court, yoga lawn, and hammock garden near the pool and firepit. The first residences will be ready for occupancy in the first months of 2018.
This story was updated in October 2017.