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Lincoln Property Company is in the process of renovating the shopping centers on both sides of Gaston Avenue at Garland Road, near White Rock Lake, and plans for a major retail center. Fresh Market Grocery, ACE Hardware, PETCO and Starbucks will be just a few of the major tenants in the center. Adjacent to the Edge at White Rock, the project is close to 15 acres, making this the largest retail development currently in Lakewood. When completed the center will contain approximately 100,000 square feet of space.


White Rock Lake is a unique, 1,254 acre city lake, located directly adjacent to the rear of the Property. White Rock offers a wide variety of outdoor activities, including: nine miles of hike and bike trails, an Audubon Society designated bird watching area and wetlands site, numerous scenic picnic areas, and fishing piers. Special events, including the March of Dimes Walk America, White Rock Marathon, the White Rock Lake Trash Bash, and numerous sponsored runs are held at White Rock Lake.


Wholefood Market relocated their old Greenville Ave location to the current store located at the intersection of Gaston Ave and Abrams Ave. This Wholefood Market opened in March 2009 and is 41,737 square foot. It is conveniently located 1.2 miles down Gaston Ave from the Property and is a great amenity to the neighborhood.


Lakewood Elementary School is an academically exemplary school. Receiving the Blue Ribbon and exemplary status year after year, making it one of the top performers in DISD. Lakewood Elementary Expansion Foundation (LEEF) is a 501c3 foundation created to raise $15 million for the much needed renovation and expansion of the existing school. They plan to renovate the current 45,000 square feet and add an additional 45,000 square feet of fresh, light, bright and state-of-the-art facilities.


Built in 1939, the historic Lakewood Village Shopping Center is conveniently located between downtown Dallas and White Rock Lake, directly across the street from Lakewood Country Club. The shopping center is home to many vintage shops, fine restaurants, and the famous Lakewood Theater. The Lakewood Theater tower is the landmark for the shopping center. Even as the neighborhood expanded, the Lakewood's 100-foot red, green, and blue Art Deco tower remained visible for miles, serving as one of the backdrops of everyday life in East Dallas. Lincoln Property acquired the retail center and has plans to remodel the Lakewood Village Shopping Center.


Lakewood Country Club is a private country club, down the street from the Edge at White Rock, founded in 1912, and now often referred to simply as Lakewood. It is located at the corner of Gaston and Abrams Avenues in the Lakewood neighborhood, about four miles northeast of downtown Dallas. Lakewood Country Club hosted the Texas Victory Open, a PGA Tour golf tournament now known as the HP Byron Nelson Championship, in 1944, the only year the tournament was won by renowned professional golfer Byron Nelson, who is now the tournament's namesake. Lakewood Country Club is currently undergoing a $10 million renovation to the club house, golf course, and recreational facilities.


The Dallas Arboretum, one of the most beautiful outdoor attractions in Dallas, features 66-acres of spectacular display gardens that showcase incredible seasonal flowers, ornamental shrubs, trees and plant collections in a serene setting on the shores of White Rock Lake. As one of the world's premier gardens, it has garnered strong praise for its beautiful vistas, 15 colorful display gardens, and groves of pecan trees, magnolias, crape myrtles, cherry trees and azaleas. The Arboretum sits less than one mile from Edge at White Rock and hosts a variety of seasonal events, such as outdoor festivals, concerts, art shows, weddings, and more. Throughout the year, guests can enjoy both indoor and outdoor dining in either of two restaurants overlooking the gardens and the downtown Dallas skyline.


Edge at White Rock sits adjacent to the Santa Fe Hike/Bike Trail with direct access to the popular trail. The Santa Fe Trail lies on what was previously a railroad and today is a resurfaced concrete trail. Starting at White Rock Lake and finishing in Deep Ellum, the 4.2 mile trail links to the White Rock Lake hiking and biking trails. Plans are in the final stage of approval to extend a feeder trail from Gaston Ave between the Edge at White Rock and Lincoln's Arboretum Village to connect directly into the Santa Fe Trail. The most significant benefit of this expansion is the bridge they plan to build to connect the end of our property with the trail. Once the easement is signed, construction should begin immediately with plans to complete this by the end of 2014.

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