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·         Office


·         Community Involvement

·         Green Development

·         Construction Progress

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Lake Highlands Park June 1, 2011 As Willis Winters inspects the new park at the Lake Highlands Town Center, he makes comparisons to Lakeside Drive in Highland Park."This is really a first-class linear greenbelt," says Winters, who is an authority on the topic as the Dallas Park Department's assistant director of planning, design and construction. Read full story >

DART Station Opens December 8, 2010Monday's frigid temperatures didn't stop both riders and well wishers from stepping onto the platform to welcome the newest addition to the DART Blue Line: the Lake Highlands Station.Read full story >


Lake Highlands DART Station December 7, 2010 The Green Line drew steady crowds Monday as it debuted from Carrollton to southern Dallas, ushering in a new era for Dallas Area Rapid Transit and a new way to work for thousands of commuters.Read full story >

Wildcat Way Sign September 16, 2010 The recently added "Wildcat Way" street signs went up along Walnut Hill this week, signifying that the ground level build out of the project is nearly complete.Read full story >

Signature Tree Planted July 3, 2010You don't just roll out of bed one morning and decide to transplant a 75 year-old, 170,000 pound Live Oak tree.Read full story >

Town Center Progress As of Sunday, August 23rd, rezoning signs went up around the LHTC property. Prescott has requested a series of changes to the current rezoning but none include height or density changes to the current zoning of the property.Read full story >

Dallas Area Rapid Transit November 13, 2008 The Lake Highlands Station, located at the northwest corner of Walnut Hill and White Rock Trail along the existing Blue Line, will be the first infill station constructed by DART while DART Rail is in operation. Read full story >

D Magazine March 5, 2008 Why Lake Highlands? It’s close-in, wooded, two miles from White Rock Lake, family-friendly (just say “blue ribbon Richardson schools”), and enjoying a $400 million shot in the arm from Prescott Realty Group’s new Lake Highlands Town Center development. Read full story >

Dallas Morning News by Steve Brown, January 18, 2008 Off Walnut Hill Lane in northeast Dallas, demolition crews are making quick work of a sprawling neighborhood of crummy apartments. In place of crime-ridden units, developers will soon put up an urban village centered around a new commuter rail station. Read full story >

Pegasus News June 14, 2007 “Today is a big day for Prescott and the Lake Highlands community,” said Vance Detwiler, managing director and principal of Prescott Realty Group, the project’s developer. “With zoning and TIF approval, we’re moving forward with closing on the included properties the last week of June.” Read full story >

Dallas Business Journal March 22, 2007 Prescott Realty Group has unveiled plans for a 2-million-square-foot development in Lake Highlands. Preliminary plans for the Lake Highlands Town Center include a mix of retail, residential and office uses that would replace several aging apartment complexes in the area. Read full story >


June 21, 2011 Prescott continues progress on Lake Highlands Town Center With the Lake Highlands Town Center infrastructure construction officially complete, Prescott Realty Group is focused on kicking off Phase I of the vertical development.Read full story >

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