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 […]
Union Park is officially under construction in Little Elm. Hillwood Community and town officials broke ground on the new 787-acre subdivision near Savannah and Highway 380 on Wednesday. The neighborhood, scheduled to open model homes by 2015, will feature approximately 2,400 single-family residencies. In all, the project is set […]
It’s not surfing, but it’s a cool water sport you can do right here in North Texas – wakeboarding!
It’s not as hard as it looks, and this summer your children can learn at wakeboarding camp.
News 8’s Brian Glenn checked out the camp at Hydrous Wake Park in Little Elm……See […]
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Hillwood Communities announced its newest development, Union Park, a 787-acre master-planned community located along the US Hwy 380 corridor in Little Elm. The $600M project includes an abundance of parks and open space and is scheduled to break ground this spring. The project includes about 2,400 single-family homes.
Construction will start […]
According to SafeWise’s Oct. 28, 2013 report at: http://www.safewise.com/blog/safewise-50-safest-cities-texas
A recent report by SafeWise, ranked Little Elm #2 for the safest cities in Texas. According to SafeWise, “Little Elm is recognized as one of the fastest growing municipalities in Texas over the last decade and it’s a wonderful place to […]
In 1995, the TEDC established the Community Economic Development Award (CEDA), to honor excellence and exceptional contributions of Texas communities in economic development. The criteria used to determine the CEDA recipients include: Innovativeness, Transferability, Community commitment and leveragability, Measurable objectives, Ancillary benefits to the community