The Lake District is an upscale 162-acre mixed use community surrounding a 10-acre lake and waterways. Designed as an Urban Village, The Lake District is a walkable community with elegant water features, tree-lined parks, and inspiring architecture giving the sense of an established neighborhood with varying facades and roof lines. Intelligent design will leave a distinctive imprint on the regions for-sale residential market. Special attention is given to public spaces while parking structures eliminate extensive surface parking. Eight primary elements combined to create a village with urban amenities and a vibrant street life:

Retail | Restaurant
Power Center Retail 125,000 sfBlocks C & D
Main Street Retail 156,700 sfBlocks A & B
Retail PadsEleven (11) outparcels totaling 12.43 acres
Hotel #1124 keys visible from highway
Hotel #2140 keys connected to Main Street
Performing Arts Center 33,670 sf
Residential229Single Family Detached
48Manor Houses
83Town Houses Detached
95Apartments over Retail
Assisted Living Units2.25 acres
Large Outparcel2.06 acres
Parking Structures
Structure #1350 spaces
Structure #2200 spaces
Structure #3100 spaces

The sheer magnitude of the project will attract residents, retailers, shoppers and visitors from both a local and broad geographic ring. (Please edit to include the prevalent counties surrounding Lakeland, Tennessee.


Located in the affluent Lakeland Tennessee just outside the Memphis City Limits in Northeast Shelby County at I-40 and Canada Road. A new cloverleaf single point interchange at Canada Rd. is slated for completion early 2017 with direct ingress and egress to I-40. Average drive counts are 53,467 cars per day.


Additionally, the site is located with in the new outer road loop of Highway 385 and I-269 providing access to the entire regional community including West Tennessee and North Mississippi markets.


The Lake District is a distinct upscale neighborhood. Each of the eight elements are identified as independent Districts promoting connectivity.
Retail Quarter


The Lake District is seeking two upscale hotel concepts.

 Site – Two Outparcels

  • 124 keys connected to Main Street
  • 140 keys visible from the highway
  • Excellent highway visibility


Greater Memphis is home to Fed-Ex and other major national distribution centers including Nike, Williams-Sonoma, numerous consumer electronics businesses, and the biomedical industry.

Retail Quarter


Power Center

Regional Power Center – Blocks C & D

The Retail District is located on I-40 and Canada Rd. for excellent visibility and access.

Tenant Mix | Grocery, apparel, furniture, home goods, sporting goods, and others.

Notes | A natural extension of the Wolfchase regional trade area which is 100% built out for new large developments, The Lake District is clearly the next regional retail opportunity.

Retail Quarter


Town Center Retail

Town Center Retail Development – Blocks A & B

The heart of the village, the Main Street District is represented by chef driven restaurants, café’s, and a mix of national and local boutique retail opportunities including lakefront restaurant pads.

Restaurants | Lakefront Sites

Main Street Retail | Contiguous space available

Notes | Main Street offers apartment living above the retail and links the residential town homes and manor homes via walking bridges crossing the lake.


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