City of Greenville approves zoning for 300-unit apartment complex
The developers are the same Dallas-based company planning a large multi-use development nearby.
- The City of Greenville has approved a zoning change for a new apartment complex planned for southwest of Monty Stratton Parkway and Traders Road. The Greenville Herald Banner reports developers plan a 20-acre, 300-unit apartment complex. The move was approved by an 8-1 margin in a vote of the Planning and Zoning Commission this week. The apartments would be built by Wildcatters Realty Partners of Dallas. Those are the same developers planning a 325-acre mixed-use development near the intersections of Interstate 30, Monty Stratton Parkway, Wesley Street and FM 1570.
- Royse City police have taken into custody three people in connection with a shooting last weekend that left one man dead. Last Sunday morning, Royse City police found a man shot to death in a driveway in the 5400 block of County Road 2526. The shooting victim has been identified by police as 43-year-old Larry Deshaun Baker of Madisonville, Texas. Royse City police said that one of those in custody is the man who was renting the home where the shooting took place. Two other people connected to the incident were arrested this week.