The Dallas-based developer behind the $1 billion Bayside mixed-use project — which will feature a Cabo-like, blue-hued lagoon — has begun cobbling together his restaurant mix that will surround the lagoon adjacent to Lake Ray Hubbard.
By the end of the year, Kent Donahue told the Dallas Business Journal he'd like to start unveiling the restaurants on the menu for the mixed-use development in Rowlett, which sits 15 miles east of downtown Dallas.
"Everyone wants to be on the lagoon," said Donahue, who spoke on a panel at the Urban Land Institute's Fall Meeting on Thursday. "Our desire would be to have 15 to 20 different restaurants on the lagoon."
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