Little Elm is the home to the newest location of Fuzzy’s Taco Shop. They are located in the newly renovated Shops at Lakefront just down from La Azteca.
With more miles of shoreline (close to 70) than any other North Texas city, the real estate opportunities in Little Elm can hold water. And though the town’s 35,000 residents are largely commuters working in nearby Frisco or Denton, the city’s EDC is working to develop enough retail and entertainment to make this lake town a year-round destination.
Coming in at #9, the Dallas Morning News reports the following from NerdWallet.
There’s no doubt Little Elm is family-friendly: Nearly 54% of families in this city of about 30,000 residents have children under age 18, the highest percentage in the top 10 cities. It’s also growing quickly, with a 32% […]
Little Elm is known as "the town with a lake attitude" and this is certainly seen in the latest publication from the Town of Little Elm. From lakefront events to the latest beach front additions, this 16 page supplement published in the Dallas Morning News helps residents and visitors find exciting opportunities to enjoy in Little Elm.
We offer you the opportunity to develop an innovative, mixed-use project on the shores of Lewisville Lake in the heart of Little Elm, Texas.
When is it? Saturday, June 18th
The fun begins at 10 AM. Start at the stop of your choosing. Must show ticket to receive your bracelet and first card! Visit all 4 stops: eat, drink and pick your card. You must be at the last stop by […]
Union Park, the newest master-planned community in Little Elm, is celebrating its Grand Opening this month with the completion of the first phase of community amenities. The community is developed by Hillwood Communities and will have over 3,200 homes at completion.
The Palladium Little Elm development highlights a commercial/retail building consisting of 6,000 SF at the corner of Main Street and El Dorado Parkway. The two-story building is designed to host retail and a restaurant to join Hula Hut, Towers Tap House, and Hydrous in the rapidly growing Lake Front area of […]