Melissa Crossing is located in Melissa, Texas, 43 minutes north of downtown Dallas. In the past decade, the City of Melissa was ranked twenty-first among 1,800 Texas communities for fastest population growth. The City's recent expansion is largely due to exemplary schools; proximity to major employers; and established infrastructure. The bordering City of McKinney to the south has been recognized by CNN Money as one of the best places to live in the U.S. The bordering City of Anna to the north was ranked fifth in the past decade for fastest population increase. State Highway 121 serves as a regional north-south arterial connecting these communities. Melissa is also situated equidistant between the growing areas of Blue Ridge and Weston. FM 545 serves as a collector to these communities. Few regional intersections exist within the area. This is attributable to Lake Lavon's tributaries that create natural barriers and segment trade areas. Only two regional four-way intersections exist within Melissa. However, State Highway 121 at FM 545 is the only regional interchange that is signalized with multidirectional, at-grade access without diminished visibility. Melissa Crossing is a prime, three-acre commercial development located at the signalized, northeast hard corner of these two major thoroughfares. The trade area is expansive, extending nine miles east to Blue Ridge; four miles south to the Trinity River East Fork limits; six miles west to Weston; and two miles north to Anna. Melissa Crossing is centrally located in Melissa and surrounded by new residential development. In 2014, TXDOT will be completing plans and commencing work on State Highway 121 widening the road from two to four lanes. Melissa Crossing offers unrestricted, at-grade access with full median openings to the site. This location is ideal for drug stores or banks, and fuel operations or restaurants. Multi-tenant retail space is also available for prelease. Melissa Crossing is zoned agriculture and will be zoned retail, consistent with the city's land use plan. Three-phase electric and all wet utilities with adequate capacity are located adjacent to the site. For more information, contact Stephen Schattner.