Palladium

Palladium - Little Elm TexasThe 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 Little Elm. Palladium Little Elm will also consist of a 242-unit apartment urban living community located on the remaining seven acres of the site. This new development will offer efficiency, one, and two bedroom units in two residential buildings.  Palladium communities are developed to be luxurious and amenity-rich, having been designed with a resort-style feel. Specific project amenities include a swimming pool with spa and clubhouse, as well as a public pocket park and outdoor seating/kitchen area. […learn more]

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Palladium Phase 2

Palladium Phase 2The Palladium Little Elm development highlights a commercial/retail building consisting of 6,000 square feet at the corner of Main Street and Eldorado 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 Lakefront area of Little Elm. Palladium Little Elm will also consist of a 242-unit urban living community located on the remaining seven acres of the site. Palladium communities are developed to be luxurious and amenity-rich, designed with a resort-style feel. Specific project amenities include a swimming pool with a spa and clubhouse, as well as a public pocket park and outdoor seating/kitchen area.

Palladium Phase 2

Flix Brewhouse™

Flix Brewhouse™, the world’s only combination first-run cinema and dine-in microbrewery, will become the entertainment anchor at Main Marketplace at Main St. and FM 423 in Little Elm, Texas, developer Goveia Commercial Real Estate announced today. The Denton County location will be Flix Brewhouse’s second in Texas, with a third slated to open in Sugar Land, a Houston suburb, later in 2017 as the cinema-dining chain continues its expansion through the Southwest and Midwest. Central Texas-based Flix Brewhouse was created in 2011 with a goal to be best-in-class among popular-priced cinema-eatery concepts. Its Little Elm location will complement newly opened units in Des Moines, Iowa and Carmel, Indiana, as well as the company’s Albuquerque theater opening in late 2016.

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