GRAPEVINE COLLEYVILLE SOUTHLAKE EDITION
VOLUME 9, ISSUE 12 FEB. 13MARCH 11, 2020
Grapevine Station North is a new, 11- acre mixed-use development that will feature restaurants, a travel center, oces and retail.
SOURCE: WESTWOOD REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENTCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER
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These buildings along Northwest Highway are 2 of 8 being built on 11 acres in Grapevine Station North.
11-acre project takes shape and Ruth Wall Road. “I don’t know howmany towns of 50,000 people have a bil- lion-dollar corridor, but Grapevine does and we happen to be at that intersection in a big way,” he said. In addition to bringing more trac to the north side of Grapevine, ocials said the Developer aims to attract more retail options CONTINUED ON 22 BY MIRANDA JAIMES Construction is moving for- ward on the rst pieces of an esti- mated $31 million project called Grapevine Station North. Chris Leighton, a broker for Westwood Real Estate Devel- opment, said he envisions the project attracting more retail and restaurants to the corner of SH 26
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Colleyville Business Center embraces coworking spaces trend
BY MIRANDA JAIMES
The city of Colleyville is looking to get in on a work- place trend taking its neighboring cities by storm. The city will open a new business center with coworking and exible spaces this spring, joining a group of corporate giants already oering collaborative spaces. It will be the rst coworking and collaborative workspace to open in Colleyville. There are eight in the surrounding cities of Grape- vine and Southlake, with a new one, Venture X, that just opened this month. The Colleyville Business Cen- ter is expected to open by May in the former Wachovia building on SH 26. These collaborative spaces benet small and large businesses alike, Colleyville Chamber of Commerce CONTINUED ON 24
Lift Oce in Grapevine is just one of several coworking options that can be found in the area. (Miranda Jaimes/ Community Impact Newspaper)
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DFW IS THE FASTEST-GROWING MARKET FOR COWORKING SPACE IN THE NATION.
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