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New things to come — The District Lifestyle Community

Big things are happening in North Texas. Businesses are booming and people from all around the nation are moving here at alarming rates, thus developments concur. One area facing major renovation in DFW is Wylie, Texas, a suburb of Dallas that has grown 230 percent since 2003. Named the second-best suburb in the nation by in 2017, the fifth best place for young families in Texas and one of the safest and best cities to live in the nation, Wylie has become a jewel of North Texas. There's one developer who stands out.

Just miles from one of the largest cities in the nation, extensive suburbs of Plano and Frisco, and Lake Ray Hubbard, where Texans spend their summers (and winters, depending on the weather) sailing and linking up boats for beers on the water.

Daydra will transformed this once junk yard into a hub of bustling community that will only continue to grow in upcoming years. But, what’s next on the agenda?

Daydra Management has plans for several large-scale projects that are going to bring even more attention to the company over the next few years.

The biggest project to take over our focus next is a mixed-use community that will transform the once junk yard into a mixed use development, that's just five miles from 190 Turnpike off Highway 78. The District is quickly gaining exposure as it rapidly expands, growing in height and size by the minute.

One of the fastest growing and top places to live in America, The District will be more than just a conglomeration of residential and commercial facilities; it’s a community — single-family townhomes, large and small commercial businesses with multifamily living stacked on top, and did I mention the creekwalk?

More of a lifestyle community than anything, The District will rise around a water creek currently being expended by Daydra Management. The plans include a creekwalk to line the sides of the creek, with townhouses on one side and a development of commercial facilities, offices, apartments and condos on the other.

Check your mail as you take your dog on a walk, then swing by one of your favorite restaurants for breakfast on your way back home. With recreational areas plus 100,000 square-feet of retail and restaurants, 50,000 plus square-feet of offices, 150 apartments and condos stacked on top and a neighborhood of townhomes, it’s safe to say The District is the type of community that one may never have to leave.

For more information on how you can move to your beautiful new home, apartment or about moving your business to The District of Wylie, contact Kimberly Lanz at

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