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Dolce Vita, the multi-tiered apartment homes for seniors, is now accepting deposits for leasing, with an estimated move-in date to take place sometime in November. 

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Virtually every homeowner has been hit with significantly higher property valuations, which will likely mean paying more in property taxes. It's a particularly painful gut punch for Habitat for Humanity clients.

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The waterfront Lake Villas Apartments on Northeast Loop 567 that have long sat empty due to strife between the developer and the city over wastewater issues may soon have some occupants. The Granbury City Council has voted to allow the city manager to work with the developer on a temporary Certificate of Occupancy.

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The Parks of Tolar will have 90 homes and seven acres of park area that will be maintained by the city and available for all Tolar residents to enjoy.

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Granbury's Sandstone Estates, a gated community near the lake and downtown, will feature a dog park, pedestrian trails, grills, and a grassy area where children can play.

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Some who are knowledgeable about real estate say there is not enough housing in Granbury and Hood County for young, middleclass families. The coming Crucis Creek development may help change that.

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The Granbury City Council has allowed a 325-home, 12-commercial-lot project near the 121-acre Camp Crucis faith-based retreat to progress through the city's permitting process.

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Two Weatherford-based developers have bought most of Granbury developer Ike Thomas' Cresson Crossroads and are planning sizable residential neighborhoods on land that, combined, totals 800 acres.