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364-unit multifamily development planned near Lake Lewisville in Texas

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364-unit multifamily development planned near Lake Lewisville in Texas

BGO Architects is designing the project.

By David Malone, Associate Editor | January 7, 2019
Lakeyard District's infinity pool and outdoor amenity space

Courtesy BGO Architects.

Located on a 15.2 acre site in Lewisville, Texas, Lakeyard District, a new 364-unit multifamily community will comprise eight three-story buildings in a Texas Hill Country style. The buildings will feature stone, stucco, and wood accents.

The development will feature one-, two-, and three-bedroom layouts. Each unit will include stainless steel appliances, high ceilings, and high-end cabinetry and granite counters.

Lakeyard District will also include a variety of on-site amenities, such as a multi-level infinity pool with custom water features, a 24-hour fitness center with a yoga and spin studio, and over three acres of programmed outdoor space. The outdoor space will include outdoor TV lounges, cabanas, hammocks, a fire-pit, a dog park, and several grilling stations.


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Grandscape, a $1.5 billion, 433-acre mixed-use development and The Legacy West development are both nearby. Additionally, Lake Lewisville’s Pier 121 Marina, one of the most popular marinas in Texas, is only a half-mile away.

The build team includes: BGO Architects (architect), LG Wage (general contractor), Spiars Engineering (civil engineer), and Faulkner Design Group (interior designer).

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