Merriman Anderson Architects and Realty Capital Residential broke ground on the 16-story luxury residential tower located at 3111 Sunset Boulevard on Lake Grapevine in Flower Mound, Texas. A ceremony was held on Jan. 11 to celebrate the commencement of construction. The residential tower will consist of 207 one-, two- and three-bedroom units including penthouses and townhomes. Amenities for residents will include a golf simulator, billiards room, full-service bar, concierge, state-of-the-art fitness center, valet, onsite structured parking for retail and residents, dog wash station, guest suites and an elevated pool deck overlooking Lake Grapevine with a pool, spa and outdoor spaces to gather.

The residential tower is part of the new 40-acre Lakeside Village resort community development. Lakeside Village is the final phase of the 160-acre Lakeside mixed-use project featuring an existing residential tower, hotels, lakefront restaurants, office space, retail shops, walking trails and an outdoor performance venue. The 3111 Sunset residential tower is adjacent to the new community lawn and provides luxury high-rise living with stunning views of Lake Grapevine.

Wadley Regional Medical Center

Rendering courtesy Robins & Morton

General contractor Robins & Morton and Steward Health Care started work on the Wadley Regional Medical Center replacement hospital in Texarkana, Texas. Construction will include a 250,000-sq-ft hospital and a 160,000-sq-ft medical office building. The facilities will offer a full range of services, including an emergency room, orthopedics, outpatient, cardiovascular, neurology and maternity care. Expected to be completed in December 2025, the hospital will have 123 beds with the ability to expand to 291. Wadley Regional Medical Center expects that construction of the new hospital combined with the ongoing impact of the hospital’s employee base will result in a total economic impact of $408 million in the two-county Texarkana service area.

“Wadley Regional Medical Center has a long history of service in this community, and we’re excited to do our part in building a new, state-of-the-art facility for them,” Robins & Morton senior superintendent Jeff Jones said. Robins & Morton will complete the $254-million project during a period of three years. ESa will serve as the architect.