Lakeside’s original multi-family community
Lakeside’s largest multi-family community
Lakeside’s age-restricted multi-family community
November 6, 2019
Walkability to shops, restaurants, lake, and trails creates resort-like feel
Lakeside became “a place people love,” by design, with a little luck and magic mixed in. Employing traditional neighborhood principles, planner Dan Quinto set out to encourage walking and promote social interaction — the foundation for a vibrant community. Parking lots sit hidden out of sight while front porches, storefronts, and parks create interest for pedestrians along Lakeside’s treed streetscapes and trails. They invite residents and visitors to…
June 23, 2022
Recent ownership and managerial moves at Nexus Lakeside and Elora Flower Mound are expected to improve these popular Lakeside properties. AvalonBay Communities of Virginia purchased Nexus Lakeside on September 20, 2021, from Azure Partners LLC. (Azure purchased the property, originally named Elan Lakeside, in August 2016.) “AvalonBay is thrilled to be in the…
December 20, 2022
Construction on a 16-story luxury residential tower called 3111 Sunset Boulevard has begun in the southern end of Lakeside Village. Just in time for Christmas. The project represents the first step in transforming a hidden, privately owned property into what will become a beehive of activity offering myriad ways for the…
March 7, 2016
Beginning in 2014, residents of Lakeside started shaping a new kind of Flower Mound community — one where the aspiring can live near the retiring, young singles share the trail with boomer couples, wannabes sip coffee next to been-there-done-thats. Young and old together. They live on 60′ lots and 30′…
Acoustic acts perform on Friday nights in the plaza
The Lakeside Music Series brings top local talent to the plaza in The Shops at Lakeside on Fridays between April and Thanksgiving.
Lakeside by the numbers
55 additional single-family homes coming in Lakeside Village.
includes Lakeside Tower’s 52 units
* More are coming in Lakeside Village.
You’ll love Lakeside if …
Lakeside residents like to stay active. They walk to shop, to dine out, to view a sunset over the lake, to visit the dog park with their canine, and to breathe in some of the fresh air blowing in off Lake Grapevine. They refrain from cranking up the jalopy if at all possible.
You’ll find people of all ages living in Lakeside, and they are a social bunch who welcome newcomers. Favorite meeting spots: any one of the 37 shops and restaurants, the Lakeside Boardwalk, Lakeside Parkway, the Lakeside Dog Park, Lakewood Park, and, of course, Sunset Point.
To the west, Lakeside borders approximately one mile of environmentally protected parkland overlooking Lake Grapevine. Explore it up close starting from Lakeside’s trailhead to Northshore Trail, a 22-mile long hiking/mountain biking paradise, or enjoy sunsets over Lake Grapevine from Sunset Point.
In Lakeside, community occupies an important role. People participate, they help and support one another. They’re invested. When COVID threatened Lakeside merchants, Lakeside residents stepped up to support them. While it was tough going, not a single merchant went out of business during COVID.