Prairie Commons is perfect for a wide variety of professionals in Flower Mound. The buildings are designed for flexible uses and can be configured to accommodate a wide variety of businesses. Office uses, medical services, and retail users will find quality and affordable space at Prairie Commons.
“Prairie” refers to the sustainability of Prairie Commons. The site sits on Long Prairie, one of several Blackland Prairies that were woven through the Cross Timbers. Prairie grasses, drought tolerant native plants, and low water landscapes are featured throughout. Sustainable development practices are incorporated to create a unique environment, lower operating cost, and preserve precious resources.
“Commons” in the Prairie Commons name refers to the proven and efficient model of managing common elements together, through an association. Buildings within Prairie Commons will be owned by the Owner/Occupants in an office-condominium arrangement.
Bill Neiman started his first company, Neiman Environments Landscape Construction Company, in 1974 when he was nineteen years old. He borrowed a shovel, a rake, and lawn mower and advertised in the local garbage collector’s monthly billings offering “total outdoor care.” Six years later the company was big enough to take on large-scale commercial projects. From 1979 to 1990, Bill also operated Neiman’s Native Plant Nursery in Flower Mound, Texas, one of the first outlets for native plants in the North Central Texas area. He also farmed numerous sites certified by the Texas Department of Agriculture for organic food and seed production.