Concrete slabs, stacked one atop the other, sit just out of sight of passers-by along the U.S. 380-Interstate 35 interchange in Denton.
Last week,, a crew of 10, using a crane, pulled up the first walls of the $1 billion, 410-acre Rayzor Ranch – a now visible sign that the mixed-use development is closer to opening retail stores after years of anticipation among city officials, residents and passers-by.
The site, once owned by the J. Newton Rayzor family, was long known for grazing longhorn cattle, a multistoried house on a hill, and its historic prevalence as a lookout site in the 1800s before it was bought in April 2006.
First walls go up at Rayzor Ranch development in Denton | News for Dallas, Texas | Dallas Morning News | Arlington News
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