Flower Mound Council OKs Lakeside DFW
The Flower Mound Town Council approved three items Monday that will put the Lakeside DFW project in motion.
Lakeside DFW is a 150-acre, mixed-use project that would be located near the intersection of FM 2499 and Lakeside Parkway, backing up to portions of Grapevine Lake.
The council approved a land use plan change of 155 acres from Lakeside Business District and Low Density Residenital to Mixed Use and to allow residential to be included within the project.
It also approved a request to rezone the area from Agricultural District and Planned Development District-39 with commercial uses to Mixed-Use District uses.
It also amended the thoroughfare plan to change Lakeside Parkway from 265 feet west of International Parkway to the southernmost traffic circle to an Urban Minor Arterial with On-Street Parking, thus making it more pedestrian friendly.
The project, which is highlighted by its access to the lake, is set to include shops, restaurants, outdoor/lakeside dining, a hotel, offices, parks, trails and entertainment venues, such as an amphitheater.
A mix of residential pieces, including single-family detached homes, condominiums, townhomes, apartments, villas and senior housing, are also planned.
More to come.