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GROUNDWORK FORGROWTH Several new developments and city projects
286-unit apartment complex Axiom Hub 121 apartments
SRS Distribution headquarters 100,000 sq. ft. building
will be ongoing in 2020 to address McKinney’s growing population.
Up to 150 new jobs
Completion date in late spring
22 acres HUB 121
120 Hilton Garden Hotel rooms
+43% in McKinney's population from 2010-2019 City looks to reach 200K residents this year.
POPULATIONON THE RISE
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SOURCE: CITY OF MCKINNEYCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER
The city of McKinney expects to cross a major threshold in 2020: sur- passing 200,000 residents. Ocial population estimates will not be available until mid-January, according to the city, but as of Dec. 1, McKinney’s population sat at roughly 194,293 residents. With a growing city comes the need for new streets and developments, according to ocials. A few of the big- ger city projects, ranging from public safety to parks to street improvements, will be funded by $350 million in bond funds approved by McKinney voters last May. Several major projects in store to meet growing demand, number of residents CONTINUED ON 18 BY EMILY DAVIS SRS Distribution and AxiomHub 121 apartments are under construction at SH 121 and Alma Road. (Emily Davis/Community Impact Newspaper) McKinney prepares to hit populationmilestone The population is not the only area of growth. McKinney also had the highest percentage of annual commer- cial growth in its history during 2019, which is important because it means “lower property taxes for our home- owners,” Mayor George Fuller said at the annual State of the City meeting Nov. 7.
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