Mixed-Use Development Planned on Lewisville Lake

Rendering of mixed use building at Lakeshore Plaza
Rendering of mixed use building at Lakeshore Plaza | Image by Lakeshore Plaza

Construction of a mixed-use retail and condo development is expected to begin in July in Little Elm along the shores of Lewisville Lake.

According to a state filing, the 30,549-square-foot property will be a three-story development with an estimated project cost of $3 million. Owned by Matt Shekari of Frisco, Lakeshore Plaza will feature restaurant and retail space and a rooftop bar.

“A jewel on the Lewisville lakefront, Lakeshore Plaza is home to 25 luxurious lakefront residences,” the project website shows. “This proximity to the beach will give residents of the Lakeshore plaza development wonderful views of the lake from many of the more than 22 units on 4.12 acres that will be highlighted by great amenities and easy access to lakeside trail for bicycling. … Because this is a mixed-use development, visitors will enjoy retail stores, child-care center and restaurants, too.”

Commercial tenants at the East Eldorado Parkway development include Little Elephant Montessori and Snowy Fun Artic Zone. The condo property has an anticipated delivery date of December 2025.

Little Elm, founded in 1966 and located in Denton County, is a city of about 64,000 people. Its city limits today include more than 60 miles of shoreline along the nearly 30,000-acre Lewisville Lake, which is also bordered by Westlake, Highland Village, Lewisville, Hickory Creek, and several other cities. It is part of the Trinity Regional Project — a group of lakes that include Bardwell, Benbrook, Grapevine, Joe Pool, Lavon, and Ray Roberts.

A man-made reservoir completed with the construction of Lewisville Lake Dam in 1955, the lake includes all of the surface water of what was once Lake Dallas, created by the City of Dallas 35 years earlier with the construction of Garza Dam.

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