Food and drinks will be served at Sunset Point where guests will have a chance to meet the team and ask questions
Originally published on April 3, 2019.
Drop by Sunset Point on Saturday, April 27 (11 am – 2 pm) to learn more about Lakeside Village, the 40-acre project south of Lakeside DFW that is expected to break ground near the end of the year. You’ll have the chance to learn more about the components of the project that include multiple lake viewing areas and points, custom villa homes, a hotel, residential tower, and much more.
Team members (who will be stationed on the deck of Sunset Point) will be available to answer your questions. Park near the house and barn located at the end of the driveway at 3058 Lakeside Pkwy (look for signs).
View the future path of the nature trail or stroll down to the southern point. Food (several food trucks) and refreshments will be provided.
Realty Capital Management, the master developer that brought Lakeside DFW to life between 2013 and 2018 (years ahead of schedule), has been working with the Stewart Family since 2016 on plans for Lakeside Village.
Members of the Realty Capital team — Richard Myers, Jimmy Archie, Rebecca Everitt, and Abbey Seminaro — will offer updates and will be available to answer questions on virtually any subject related to the project.
Planner and landscape architect
Ever since his distinctively Mediterranean plan for the site won him the job, planner Kevin Sloan of Kevin Sloan Studios has been hard at work on Lakeside Village. His initial vision remains intact, even after several years of tweaking.
“This project pays homage to the lake views and to the pedestrians who will walk its streets,” Sloan said. “We are sweating every detail.”
He shares a passion for classical proportions with the project’s architect.
Larry Boerder of Larry E. Boerder Architects has designed some of Highland Park’s most notable homes and civic buildings that reflect his classical sensibilities. “Good proportions don’t cost a dime more than bad proportions,” Boerder likes to say. His refined design sense will ensure that every vertical element of the project will be a showpiece.
Bobby Dollak and Scott Minnis of G&A/McAdams Co. don’t see themselves as simply civil engineers. The Lewisville-based team has been involved for nearly a year designing the infrastructure for the project.
“We take pride in being part of a creating a place that will give enjoyment to so many people for years to come,” Dollak said.
Realty Capital Management
Residential tower developer
Van Trease Constructors
Custom villa home builder
Larry Boerder Architects
Kevin Sloan Studios
Planner, landscape architect
The Stewart Family
Villa home builder
The 70+ villa homes at Lakeside Village will create an indelible first impression for visitors to Lakeside Village and custom homebuilder Corey Van Trease of Van Trease Constructors plans on making each home a work of art. Van Trease is well known for the homes he built in Westlake’s Vaquero (see Hank Haney’s modern-rustic Vaquero home).
“I am looking forward to building homes in the middle of Flower Mound at long last,” Van Trease smiled. “It is a treat to work with Larry Boerder (who is consulting on elevations for the 2,500-square-foot villas).”
Residential tower developer
Doug Hoy of Atlanta-based ArchCo Residential is working on plans with Dallas-based GDA Architects for the first of three planned residential towers at Lakeside Village. “The views over Lake Grapevine make this a very special project,” Hoy said.
Penn Collins of Gatehouse Capital has worked on the W Hollywood Hotel and Residences, W Dallas Hotel and Residences, and overseen conceptual, pre-development, and underwriting efforts out of the firm’s Dallas office.
“I see our hotel in Lakeside Village complementing all that is going on around it,” Collins said. “With the lake views, restaurants, wedding venue, amphitheater, street life, and a possible arts center, Lakeside Village has a lot to offer hotel guests.”
Parking garage engineer
Victor Lissiak Jr. of Viewtech, Inc. is one of DFW’s premier engineers of structured parking garages. Recent projects include the Gables Villa Rosa (Uptown), The Catherine (214 Barton Springs, Austin), and the Taylor (Uptown).
Peter B. Stewart and David Stewart represent the Stewart Family (the primary landowners) on the Lakeside Village development team. Most of the property has been in their family since the seventies.
“David and I are involved in all key meetings on the vision and design of Lakeside Village,” Peter B. Stewart said. “We want it to be a walkable feast, where the public has the opportunity to enjoy the views over Lake Grapevine that have been private for so long.”