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by the historical architecture in the area, with square footage ranging from 2,300- 4,500 square feet, a news release stated. Grading is now underway at College Street, and new home construction is anticipated to begin at the end of this year, the release stated. Home prices are expected to start at $685,000. More information about the community can be found at www.oliviaclarkehomes.com/ community-detail/College-Street-165666 7 The Trinity Falls master-planned community in McKinney is growing as Johnson Development Corp. has announced a planned 450 home lots will be delivered to builders to sell this year. About 200 of the homes will be available this summer, and the other half will be delivered in the fall. The new homes will be located in Trinity Falls’ newest section called Heritage Crest. Trinity Falls build- ers include Chesmar Homes, Coventry Homes, Del Webb, Drees Custom Homes, Highland Homes and Perry Homes. They will oer a variety of oor plans, design nishes and options, including one- and two-story designs, townhomes and a 127-acre age-restricted neighborhood for active adults age 55 and older. Homes will be priced from the mid-$300,000s to the high $900,000s. Heritage Crest is and adding new opportunities, said Paul Keiswetter, Petoskey Plastics chair and CEO. The property was most recently used as a warehouse and oce space for home furnishings company Aiden Gray Living Inc., according to a Petoskey Plastics news release. The building is over 53,000 square feet. Expansions to the building are scheduled for completion in August. They include an additional 40,000-60,000 square feet for converting and warehouse FEATURED IMPACT COMING SOON Michigan-based Petoskey Plastics is bringing a new $30 million facility to 2050 Couch Drive in McKinney. Petoskey Plastics is an environmentally focused recycler as well as a plastic lm, bag and resin manufacturer. The company’s expansion will help it meet its goal of servicing existing customers
space as well as nine silos and rail spurs, the release stated. “We will be cutting our delivery time in half for both raw material and nished goods and will be more competitive, overall,” Keiswetter said in the news release. “This plant will start production as early as April and receive the most state-of-the-art equipment available.” The company plans to grow its Texas facility to about 130,000 square feet within the next ve years 800-999-6556. www.petoskeyplastics.com
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located at the northwest corner of Olym- pic Crossing and Trinity Falls Parkway. www.trinityfalls.com NAME CHANGES 8 Following a recommendation from McKinney’s Parks, Recreation and Open Space Advisory Board, McKinney City Council approved the renaming of Old Settler’s Aquatic Center to the Gilda Garcia Garza Aquatic Center at its June 7 meeting. A lifelong resident of McKinney, Garza was elected to City Council in 2000 and re-elected twice, according to a city news release. She was instrumental in the development of a city aquatic facility in District 1, now named in her honor. Shortly after her death, Mayor George Fuller designated May 16, 2019, Council Woman Gilda Garcia Garza Day to rec- ognize her dedication to the community and public service. The facility is located at 1101 E. Louisiana St. The name change will go into eect immediately, while new signage will be installed in the coming months, the news release stated. 972- 542-2516. www.mckinneytexas.org/609/ Old-Settlers-Aquatic-Center
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