016 TH Commercial Groundbreaking

Officials Break Ground on New Tucker Hill Commercial Development

May 3, 2017 4:33 pm

Company leaders with The NASH Group, Commercial Real Estate and Keller Williams McKinney celebrated the start of construction with a groundbreaking ceremony on August 2, 2016, for Harvard Park at Tucker Hill. This project will be an almost 40,000 square foot, three-story commercial development situated on Highway 380 between the two main entrances of the Tucker Hill new home community.

As the primary anchor, Keller Williams McKinney will move into approximately 18,500 square feet of second floor space and will be joined by two title companies and a bank, which will also feature a drive-through.

“We look forward to moving into this new office space, which will more adequately accommodate our growing team of agents,” said Ted Jacobsen, Keller Williams McKinney Team Leader.

According to Jack Harvard, co-founder of The NASH Group, the project has been designed and is being built by Dallas-based Crown Sterling Properties, who purchased the site from Tucker Hill’s developer, Southern Land Company.  Although there have been some delays which have pushed completion from early summer of 2017 to hopefully later in 2017, the building will officially be owned by The NASH Group.

“When you look at the architectural plans for this building, it’s going to look and feel much like something you would find in a historic town square. Much thought and collaboration has gone into a design that reflects the same architectural standards found in Tucker Hill,” said Harvard.

Harvard also added that the building will feature a shaded, roof-top meeting space, substantial parking, and landscaped areas for added appeal. Space is also available for at least one restaurant, one coffee shop that includes a drive-through component, and perhaps an independent medical office. The NASH Group is actively seeking tenants to lease-up the space. For more information, please contact Chayse Harvard at 214-793-8800.

 

UPDATE —  See renderings and learn more here! 

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