Domain Development has announced a $120 million mixed-use development plan in North McAllen. The planned development, named The District, will feature a wide variety of retail shops, from boutique stores to well-known restaurants, drawing inspiration from shopping districts such as The Domain or The Historic Pearl. North McAllen can also expect to see an array of dining establishments offering everything from farm-to-table eateries to gourmet dining experiences.
Domains Shavi Mahtani has more, “The idea is to bring the first true mixed-use development to South Texas. We want to create a unique urban environment where residents and patrons can live, work, shop, dine and play, all within a vibrant, walkable district.”
The District’s completion will happen in four phases. Retail shells and a restaurant will make up Phase I. Office space is next, followed by apartments and townhomes.
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