On June 28th, a meeting will take place which could make the undeveloped mixed-use component of Carillon come to life.
Next Wednesday, a development team will present their vision to the public for moving forward with a new commercial concept for Carillon, the Village at Carillon Parc, which includes a walkable retail, living and office experience integrated with parks and open spaces, and proposes a potential site for a new city library.
“The Carillon residential community is well-established on 285 acres between North White Chapel Boulevard and Carroll Avenue on State Highway 114,” said Development Manager John Terrell. “We want to complement the Villa and Estate homes with a visionary, vibrant and highly livable village experience, and we think the Village at Carillon Parc does just that.”
The meeting begins at 5:30 p.m. with an open house in the Marq Southlake’s Legends Hall Ballroom, where people can review the proposed plans and design concepts as well as ask questions. The development team will make a formal presentation at 6:00 p.m.
“Earlier this year, John and the The Village at Carillon Parc development team team met with the Southlake 2035 Corridor Committee and members of the City’s Community Enhancement and Development Corporation with an idea about the Carillon Plaza and Corporate districts,” said Southlake Mayor Laura Hill. “As you can imagine, there were a lot of questions and recommendations. The June 28th meeting is intended to be a follow-up conversation before they start the City’s development process.”
For more information about Southlake’s development process visit CityofSouthlake.com/Development.