$1B Bayside water resort to Rowlett​ (includes blue lagoon)$1B Bayside water resort to Rowlett​ (includes blue lagoon)https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=128072016-04-14T05:00:00Z2016-04-14T21:15:00Z

​​​ROWLETT – A Florida company plans to build an eight-acre water resort that will have the largest fountain in Texas in a proposed $1 billion mixed-use development, known as Bayside.

Texas developer Kent Donahue is moving forward with plans to put a Cabo-inspired blue lagoon in Lake Ray Hubbard to anchor his $1 billion resort-anchored, mixed-use development in Rowlett, which is about 15 miles east of downtown Dallas.

Construction is scheduled to start late this month on the water feature—which is the equivalent of ten football fields of water.

The lagoon will be surrounded by a resort and marina, two condo towers, luxury apartments, a single-family home community and more than 1 million sf of office, retail, restaurant and entertainment space.

Construction on the 257-acre project, slated to begin on April 26th, is planned on the site of the former Elgin B. Robertson Park.
Dallas Business Journal
Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington

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