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.
WASHINGTON – Six of the ten counties with the largest population gains this decade were in Texas, according to the U.S. Census Bureau’s newly released July 1, 2019, population estimates.
Harris, Tarrant, Bexar, Dallas, Collin, and Travis Counties had some of the largest numeric population gains since 2010.
On the list of top ten fastest growing counties by percentage since 2010, Texas had more counties than any state. Hays, Comal, Kendall, and Williamson all made the list.
Over half (53.6 percent) of U.S. counties were smaller in 2019 than they were in 2010. Most small counties lost population this decade while most large counties gained people.
The Census Bureau's estimates provide data for the nation’s 384 metropolitan statistical areas, 542 micropolitan statistical areas, and 3,142 counties.
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SAN ANTONIO – The metro’s housing market held strong last month following a year-over-year boom in January.
According to the San Antonio Board of Realtors, home sales rose 8 percent over the year to 2,282 homes in February. The month ended with 2,823 sales pending.
Inventory held steady at 3.2 months. The Real Estate Center considers six to 6.5 months of inventory a balanced market.
The average home sales price was up 8 percent to $276,273 while the median sales price grew 6 percent to $238,000.
Fluctuation in mortgage rates and uncertainty about job security and the economy due to the COVID-19 crisis will result in a slower-than-normal spring selling season, according to Meyers Research Chief Economist Ali Wolf.
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Source: San Antonio Business Journal
CLEAR LAKE – ValCap Group has sold Towers at Clear Lake, a 216-unit multifamily property, to Raamco International.
Situated on 11.9 acres at 18707 Egret Bay Blvd., the property offers one to three-bedroom units.
Amenities include a fitness center, spa, pool, walking/biking trails, and basketball, tennis, and volleyball courts.
Marcus & Millichap’s Institutional Property Advisors represented the seller.
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Source: Connect Media
TOMBALL – PDGL Partners LP has purchased 2.8 acres in the Tomball Business & Technology Park for the development of a 39,000-sf industrial project.
The multitenant office/warehouse property will be constructed on a speculative basis.
Groundbreaking is set for late this year.
Colliers International represented the seller, Tomball Economic Development Corp., in the land deal.
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Source: REBusiness Online
FRISCO – Blue Star Land is adding an 11-story office tower to its $1.5 billion Star development at the Dallas North Tollway and Warren Pkwy.
The 327,000-sf building will have an attached six-level, 1,200-space parking garage. It will be on the west side of the tollway next door to the new Twelve Cowboys Way apartment tower.
Designed by Dallas-based HKS, the tower will be the third in the Star.
Plans are still underway and awaiting city approval.
Blue Star Land is owned by Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones.
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