Selina approves the development plan, which includes 300 tiny homes and 1,300 apartments

The planned 641-acre Rainwater Crossing project will contain additional green spaces and amenities centers than the previous proposal approved in 2016, according to a report from the Dallas Morning News. A pond in the project will be surrounded by approximately 13 acres of parkland surrounded by walkways.

Celina City Council has approved a planned 641-acre development that will bring 300 rentable “tiny houses” and 1,300 multi-family units to the city, enhanced by 13 acres of parkland with paths surrounding a pond.

That’s according to a report from the Dallas Morning News, which notes that the Rainwater Crossing project will now contain additional green spaces and amenities centers than the previous proposal approved in 2016.

Philip Thompson, president of HFI Celina Realty, has agreed to complete construction on the GA Moore Parkway in the first phase of the project, DMN noted, quoting him as saying of the green space around the pond (shown above), “We want to make it nice pathways. It sure is.” An advantage and a great thing to have, so for those of you who are worried about trees disappearing and us being bulldozed, this isn’t happening.

One resident affected by the revised plan had positive things to say about it, according to the Community Impact website.

“If you look at the differences in the development plan from what was proposed and approved in 2016 to where we are today, I think a lot of the changes they’re making will really benefit the community,” Lynn Bender said. According to the influence of society.

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