Growing business: TUPPS Brewery increasing production in McKinney TX

Congrats to Tupps Brewery in McKinney, Texas. #TUPPSBrewery has announced it will relocate and expand its campus to the historic Mill District of downtown McKinney.

The campus will include a tasting taproom in the original grain milling building, a state-of-the-art production facility and a retail shopping area featuring local craftsman.

The McKinney Community Development Corporation (MCDC) and the McKinney Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) will contribute to the project.

McKinney Mayor George Fuller said: “The City of McKinney is committed to revitalizing the eastside of our historic downtown area, and I could not think of a better partner than TUPPS to be the catalyst. TUPPS will bring much needed energy to this area that will attract other businesses and expand our historic downtown footprint.”

MCDC has approved a grant for $11,333,262 to fund the construction of the facilities. According to the agreement, TUPPS Brewery will be a tenant on the property, paying rent for at least 30 years toward its purchase of the building improvements.

MCDC will own the 4.3-acre parcel of land where the project will be developed.

“TUPPS has a strong commitment to the community and continues to enhance our city’s quality of life through live music, family-friendly events, and entertainment,” said MCDC President Cindy Schneible. “This project will create a world-class cultural and entertainment destination for residents and visitors alike.”

MEDC contributed approximately $600,000 for the expansion of manufacturing and production at the new site.

MEDC President Peter Tokar said “Craft Breweries are those unique assets that enhance the quality of life and add that extra level of experience opportunities with the variety of events they offer. The creation of the McKinney Grain project will take the ‘cool factor’ of experiential development opportunities to the next level with the amenities that are part of the development. We appreciate the continued investment that TUPPS has made in our Downtown McKinney District and are happy to have been able to support them as they have grown over the years.”

TUPPS Brewery is the 15th largest craft brewery in Texas has grown from producing 350 barrels a year to annual production of 7,800 barrels in 2019.

More than 10,000 barrels will be produced in 2020 and growth is projected to reach 15,000 barrels in 2024.

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Ebby finds home for new Prosper – Celina office on Preston Road #realestate

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The Ebby Halliday Companies officially broke ground on their new Prosper | Celina Office on June 30. Members of Ebby’s current Prosper | Celina Office and company leadership gathered at the site of the new office at 1360 N. Preston Road in Prosper, for the ceremonial groundbreaking.

“This state-of-the-art office is being built for the future,” says Chris Kelly, president & CEO of the Ebby Halliday Companies, which includes real estate brands Ebby Halliday RealtorsDave Perry-Miller Real Estate and Williams Trew, as well as core-services companies Prosperity MortgageHome Team Insurance and Texas Premier Title. “It offers a superior location and is a statement of our commitment to serving this increasingly popular, fast-growing area for many years to come.”

“The new 7,500-square-foot stand-alone building will replace our current Prosper | Celina Office,” says Ebby Halliday Realtors Prosper | Celina Sales Leader Cathie Skinner. “Near the corner of Preston Road and Prosper Trail, our new office will offer a highly visible location and the latest in technology. Offering one convenient real estate experience, in addition to brokerage services it will also provide our valued clients with mortgage, title and insurance services.”

Ebby’s new Prosper | Celina Office will promote collaboration among sales associates and clients, as well as provide conference rooms, private offices and training areas.

The new office directly stems from one of Skinner’s favorite quotes, “With success comes growth.”

Since the Prosper | Celina Office’s inception in 2017 it has certainly had its share of success and growth.

“The agents of our Prosper | Celina Office have worked hard to build market share as well as an energetic, positive and collaborative culture that continues to attract talent,” Skinner says. “With our new office we will ensure that we have room for our current talent and those who join us. I couldn’t be prouder of this team’s professionalism, dedication and work ethic as we serve the residents of Prosper, Celina and greater North Texas.”

Skinner says Ebby’s new Prosper | Celina Office will offer area residents, those who may be considering calling the area their new home, and top-producing agents an opportunity to be a part of something special.

The new office, which is scheduled to open in the fall of 2020, is designed to continue to grow along with Prosper and Celina and to accommodate the ever-expanding number of agents who proudly serve the area.

Plano TX: Barnes & Noble Kitchen ending short story at Legacy West

Word is Barnes & Noble Kitchen and bookstore has decided to not reopen in Legacy West.

At the Kitchen, Barnes & Noble combined serving food with being a destination for books and reading material.

The B&N Kitchen looked like a cool place, and the food was good on our last visit in early March for a sandwich before the Covid-19 kept everyone from getting out of the house.

This is how B&N billed The Kitchen when it opened about three years ago: “The 9,000 square foot Legacy West new concept store will be a place to relax, discover new books, listen to an author speak and have a glass of wine.”

Shoppers still have Barnes & Noble bookstores locally at Creek Walk Village in Plano on U.S. 75 and 15th Street and in West Plano at Preston and Park.

In Frisco, B&N remains open at Stonebriar Mall on Preston Road.

Firewheel in Garland, and Dallas stores are also operating.

Most in-store events have been canceled because of the Covid-19 virus.

More now than ever, shop local.

 

 

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Local Business Spotlight: Covino’s Pasta and Pizza in Plano TX

From Joe Covino of Covino’s Pasta and Pizza

To all of our friends,
Covino’s is open for business serving in house and pick up.
We are diligently maintaining cleaning and sanitizing standards to allow for a great and healthy meal whether you dine in or take out.
As of now we do not offer delivery but we are working as quickly as we can to bring that on.
We have also rearranged the dining room so that there is a larger distance between tables.
We are here to serve you. Let us know if you have any special requests to make for a better experience.
Thanks for your business and friendship.
Warmest regards,
Joe
Covino’s Pasta & Pizza is situated at 3265 Independence Parkway off Parker Road in Plano, Texas.
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