Nack Development has plans to include over 17,000 square feet of commercial and office space just one block east from Lewisville City Hall, by the same developer behind the reimagination of Downtown Frisco in The Rail District.
The new project, marking the developer’s debut in Lewisville, will include three separate buildings that will introduce a 4,000-square-foot restaurant with outdoor patio seating, a 1,600-square-foot restaurant or coffee shop and a 12,000-square-foot office space. The buildings’ architecture, aimed at keeping the same spirit as the city’s history, will include raw and painted brick facades paired with a twist of visual and experiential interest with muraled artwork and an outdoor patio to encourage everyday street life and even interaction during downtown festivals.
“I believe Lewisville can be the next great old town,” said Donny Churchman of Nack Development. “The guiding framework for future growth and development is already in place, but the Lewisville market currently is underserved for this type of opportunity.”
Together with former MLB All-Star Torii Hunter and his wife Katrina, as well as current Major League Baseball player Matt Kemp, the plans are in place for reactivating a historic old town with main street style modern conveniences.
The new development will be the first project outside of The Rail District in Downtown Frisco and the developer’s fifth venture. The Tower at The Rail, Nack Development’s first project in The Rail District broke ground last summer with eight brownstones and adjacent retail space. The Patios at The Rail will soon become the company’s second mixed-use development and home to a mix of restaurants, retail, office space, rooftop patios and event center.