Lower Greenville Development

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Re: Lower Greenville Development

Postby CTroyMathis » 26 Jun 2021 13:28

Something called Duro Provisions tentatively going in at 2804 Greenville.
https://www.tdlr.texas.gov/TABS/Search/ ... 2021018607
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Re: Lower Greenville Development

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Re: Lower Greenville Development

Postby cowboyeagle05 » 23 Aug 2021 08:49

Tear down that Sam's Club and build the next phase like this one.^
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Re: Lower Greenville Development

Postby eburress » 23 Aug 2021 10:41

Agreed, and then do the same thing with the former Taco Cabana spot.

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Re: Lower Greenville Development

Postby potatocoins » 23 Aug 2021 10:45

Aren't we stuck with the Sam's Club for a while? I recall that was a topic of conversation before the new Sam's Club was built and we learned that Wal-Mart has a long lease on the property and likely won't get rid of that property anytime soon.

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Re: Lower Greenville Development

Postby cowboyeagle05 » 23 Aug 2021 11:48

potatocoins wrote:Aren't we stuck with the Sam's Club for a while? I recall that was a topic of conversation before the new Sam's Club was built and we learned that Wal-Mart has a long lease on the property and likely won't get rid of that property anytime soon.


Basically correct but who knows in a pandemic they may sell to a non grocer with restrictions that no other grocery store can operate on the property. The bigger problem is probably the neighborhood going crazy over anything new built there.
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Re: Lower Greenville Development

Postby eburress » 23 Aug 2021 14:00

I'm very surprised the neighborhood didn't go crazy about the residential project that's being built now. Maybe there's hope after all? lol

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Re: Lower Greenville Development

Postby mjsampey » 24 Aug 2021 13:26

I'm maybe in the minority but I actually utilize that Sam's Club quite a bit even living in downtown so I personally don't have an issue with it staying although I can see the appeal of it becoming mixed use. I'm actually involved on this project and I can say that from what I was told, in the beginning there were definitely issues with residents in that area complaining and if I recall they tried keeping things quiet as much as possible to avoid any opposition. The property is basically at its absolute max with height for that location and its surprising they were able to get the size and amount of units needed for that spot. They had to drop the property to stay within height restrictions and get the floor count needed.

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Re: Lower Greenville Development

Postby cowboyeagle05 » 24 Aug 2021 14:45

I can only imagine the 007 work you have to do to get anything built in East Dallas.
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Re: Lower Greenville Development

Postby willyk » 24 Aug 2021 22:43

cowboyeagle05 wrote:I can only imagine the 007 work you have to do to get anything built in East Dallas.


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Re: Lower Greenville Development

Postby eburress » 14 Jan 2022 09:30

Construction on that large residential building on Richmond, just east of Greenville (I don't think I ever saw what it was going to be called) seems to have stalled. No work has happened on it in what feels like months. Does anybody have any updates on its progress? I sure hope we're not left with a big, rotting wooden carcass. How awful that would be.

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Re: Lower Greenville Development

Postby jetnd87 » 14 Jan 2022 14:28

The apartment name is Ele and they just launched an Instagram account ~4 days ago (3 total posts thus far) that says "opening Spring 2022." Who knows when it actually opens. Who knows why it's been quiet (normal hiccups or abnormal hiccups (e.g., Supply Chain craziness)), but don't think it's at risk of not finishing...

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Re: Lower Greenville Development

Postby mjsampey » 14 Jan 2022 20:46

The latest schedule we've been given for the Leasing Level is March but agreed that based on progress that schedule is not going to stick and I expect it to push closer to Summer.

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Re: Lower Greenville Development

Postby eburress » 15 Jan 2022 10:26

Thanks for the info y'all! Both notes are encouraging and the supply chain issues are definitely a consideration.

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Re: Lower Greenville Development

Postby jetnd87 » 17 Feb 2022 20:30

Btw - posted last week on Ele's Insta...


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COMING SOON! We cannot wait to be the newest kids on the Lower Greenville block! Our on-site team was going to start in February. We’re not quite here yet but we’re coming soon! Continue to DM us with questions.

Right now: team starts in mid March, first homes are available around the end of May/ early June and we’ll hopefully have pricing once the team starts! We’ll continue to update everyone on our timeline!

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Re: Lower Greenville Development

Postby JDumont146 » 23 Jun 2022 20:46

This may be nothing, but the CVS at Ross and Greenville is apparently closing. They stay quite busy and it's a prime lot for CVS. It's pretty close to where there's a lot of redevelopment happening...anyone have any inside information?