Bois D'Arc Reservoir Project Involves 500-700 Workers; New Bonham High School Nears Completion - 88.9 KETRBois D'Arc Reservoir Project Involves 500-700 Workers; New Bonham High School Nears Completion 88.9 KETR
Bonham Mayor Roy Floyd discusses the start of the Lower Bois D'Arc Creek Reservoir project, which will extend for about 16 miles between Bonham and ...
The Lower Bois d'Arc Creek Reservoir is getting its original name back, mostly.In a news release Thursday, The North Texas Municipal Water District board of ...
The Bois d'Arc Creek Reservoir was recently approved for its second $500 million loan as the project nears the beginning of construction in North Texas.
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Bonham Mayor Roy Floyd says construction on the long-awaited Lower Bois D'Arc Creek Reservoir is expected to start around May 1. The North Texas ...
Lakes in Fannin County, Texas
Fannin County Proposed Lakes
Lake Ralph Hall Proposed Lake Ralph Hall will provide approximately 30 million gallons of water per day (mgd), plus about 15 mgd of reuse for the Upper Trinity service area, the City of Ladonia and Fannin County.
Bonham State Park has a lovely 65 acre lake set in the midst of a beautifully wooded 261 acre park with camping, picnicking, fishing, boating, hiking, mountain bike trails, and group barracks. Bonham State Park opened in 1936 has a long history of recreation and service for Fannin County residents and visitors alike. Bonham State Park was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps, in the early 1930’s, and the original stonework buildings, built by the CCC, is still in use and adds historical interest to the natural beauty of the park.
Fees: Golf,Pavilion, Rental Info, etc
Contact: 903-583-8001 or 903-583-7555
Contact:United StatesForest Service 903-378-2103.
Contact: National Forest Service at 903-378-2103
Fees: Primitive camping is available. $10.00 per night per tent
Additional Links: Lake Fannin Bike Trail Map, Lake Fannin Map
SAN ANTONIO – GenCure, a BioBridge subsidiary, will lease 21,000 sf at VelocityTX's Merchants Ice redevelopment at 1305 E. Houston St.
The facility will include clean rooms and lab, office, and meeting space.
Merchants Ice is the second stage of GenCure’s biomanufacturing program, which launched in 2018 with the construction of production and lab space at its headquarters on I-10.
The company will initially employ 20 to 25 scientific and technical staff at the complex. It will be the anchor tenant in the project.
WILLIS – Entergy Texas has broken ground on the new 993-megawatt Montgomery County Power Station.
The facility is underway next to the Lewis Creek Power Plant.
Construction of the project will modernize Entergy Texas' generation fleet using new technology that provides a cleaner and more efficient source of power.
It will benefit customers by providing a savings of approximately $1.7 billion over the next 30 years, according to the company.
ALEDO – JMJ Property will build between 5,000 and 6,000 new homes on the 2,000-acre Bear Creek Ranch west of Fort Worth it bought for almost $35 million in early 2019.
In addition, the company is buying more acreage in the area.
The project is currently in its design and engineering phase.
HOUSTON, WEBSTER – NAI Partners’ Investment Fund finalized its Fund II portfolio with the purchase of two area properties.
Berkeley Properties sold the 66,530-sf Leghorn Service Center on Guhn Rd. in Houston and the 149,305-sf Clear Lake Business Center at 15502 Galveston Rd. in Webster.
Both properties are 80 percent occupied.
NAI negotiated and closed the deals. Amegy Bank handled debt financing.
RICHARDSON – Three new tenants signed leases at 3400 at CityLine, a 313,000-sf, Class A office building developed by Transwestern Development Co.
DXC Technology Co., a subsidiary of Hewlett-Packard, leased 100,300 sf. Xandr and Common Desk leased 24,700 sf and 31,500 sf, respectively.
The commitments bring the building at 3400 N. Central Expressway to 60 percent leased.
The office building is within the transit-oriented CityLine development, which is comprised of 2.5 million sf of office space, 2,500 apartment units, multiple hotels, and more than 25 restaurants anchored by a Whole Foods.