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POTTSBORO, TX---- If you've driven by the Tanglewood Resort and Conference Center lately, you may have noticed the recent change of scenery. 

In the last year, several new developments have popped up and even more are expected to blossom within the coming months.

The newest addition is a 21,000 sq. ft. development called Tanglewood Crossing.

"We already have several spaces that we've leased out here," Marie Ward of Tanglewood Real Estate said. "We have our real estate office here. We have Bayless Hall Insurance, Chapin Title and the Lake Texoma Health Clinic. We're in talks with a local bank and a chiropractor has committed to coming here."

A 3,000 sq. ft. convenience store, called Texoma Convenience Store, is also set to open up right behind Tanglewood Crossing in June. 

In addition, Tranquility Spa recently relocated to a new 5,500 sq. ft. building and 45 new home sites are being built nearby.

Additional land has also been set aside for Preston Volunteer Emergency Services.

"We're just a mile north of the intersection of FM 406 and N State Hwy 289 which has a pretty high traffic count," Ward said.

Street lights were installed next to the road to provide lighting for the area.

The official grand opening of Tanglewood Crossing will take place March 20th at 5:30 p.m. The public is welcome to come.

Ward says eight leasing spaces are still available for rent. For inquires, you can contact her at (903) 786-3100.