Little Elm EDC secures #13 spot on the Dallas Business Journals Book of List
For the fifth consecutive year, the Little Elm Economic Development Corporation has secured a spot on the Dallas Business Journals Book of Lists. The LE EDC moved up this year from the No. 16 position in 2017 with three deals valued at $5.5M to the No. 13 spot with seven contracts totalling $63.15M.
These deals included:
- Flix Brewhouse and the Main Marketplace development
- Knotting Hill Place wedding venue
- Kabuki Sushi and Annie’s Fusion Kitchen
- Texas First Rentals
- Service King
- Christian Brothers
- Caliber Collison
The Little Elm EDC is charged with attracting new commercial business, new tourism opportunities, and new jobs to Little Elm while capitalizing on the Town’s lakeside character and sense of community. Learn more about the EDC and doing business in Little Elm by visiting https://littleelmedc.com.
Dallas Business Journal – 21st Annual Best Real Estate Deal of the Year Finalist
After endlessly and earnestly seeking out many leads that resulted in dead ends, EDC cold-called an iconic restaurant in Austin, and it worked. Hula Hut is known for many things: great food, its scenic location on Lake Austin, surfer & Polynesian inspired décor, outdoor patios, and multiple bars with unique drinks.
Hula Hut broke ground on June 19, 2014 and opened its doors to many hungry residents on October, 2015. With its cult-like following and be-ing the only DFW location, the Little Elm location has exceeded expecta-tions, continuing to be a top sales tax producer and attraction for the Town.
It has over 7,000 square feet of indoor dining space, not including an additional 5,000 square feet of outdoor patio space sitting over Lake Lewisville water. Typical Hula Hut décor adorns the facility, as does an artificial volcano in the water by the patios.