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Growth hits in the heart of Precinct 3

If you’ve driven around Precinct 3 recently, you’ve likely noticed quite a bit of construction occurring along Interstate 35E, FM 1171, FM 2499, FM 2181, FM 3040, Texas 121, and other pockets across the region.

Buildings are popping up around Precinct 3 as townhome and apartment construction continues and restaurants, warehouses, and retail shops follow across Precinct 3, which includes the City of Corinth, Town of Copper Canyon, the Town of Flower Mound, the Town of Hickory Creek, the City of Highland Village, the City of Lake Dallas, the City of Lewisville, and parts of the City of Carrollton.  

For instance, in Lewisville, office buildings are under construction along Edmonds Lane from Round Grove Road to Texas 183. In Old Town, older structures are now gone and construction is beginning on two major developments along Mill Street. Travel west along Main Street and you’ll see crews working on a new office building, restaurant, and more. 

In Lake Dallas, talks are underway to bring new restaurants to the central downtown area, adding more to the plethora of new restaurants cropping up nearby and in Hickory Creek. In the City of Corinth, apartments, restaurants, and more are just opening or on their way.

Almost weekly, a new business opens in Flower Mound along Cross Timbers Road, Round Grove Road, at the River Walk, or along FM 2499 and FM 407, which cross into the City of Highland Village.

Each of these communities has vital Economic Development organizations that work individually and collectively alongside our chambers of commerce and business associations to support existing businesses as well as attract new businesses – which improves the quality of life for all of us. 

From the River Walk in Flower Mound to Main and Mill in Lewisville to the Historic Downtown Carrollton and the Shops at Highland Village, each offers a unique experience for residents and visitors alike. And our communities along Lewisville Lake – such as Lake Dallas and Hickory Creek – are among the prime locations for individuals looking to move into our area. And at Post Oak Drive, Lake Sharon Drive, and Swisher Road, Corinth continues to attract a variety of businesses along the heavily traveled I-35E.

I am so fortunate to work with each of these communities, chambers of commerce, and surrounding towns and cities as we come together to make Denton County the best place to live, work, and play in the entire Dallas-Fort Worth region. Thank you to each of you for all you do for Denton County. 

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