The North Las Vegas Planning Commission passed a new proposal to allow a mixed-use complex at the former Fiesta Rancho and Texas Station site. The developer plans to transform approximately 73 acres into a mix of commercial and residential buildings. Within those 73 acres, about 37 acres on the southeast corner of the site will contain new residential housing, while the remaining 36 acres will be primarily used for commercial development. Plans include new housing, called Hylo Park, located at the corner of Lake Mead and Rancho, with up to 665 units. Adjacent to the residential community will be a grocery store according to Cary Lefton, the CEO of Agora Realty. This project is estimated to bring 925 jobs to the area. The existing ice rink on site will be later used for indoor land sports and training once a new facility with two ice rinks is completed. There are also plans for a new hotel with at least 150 rooms, outdoor recreation, retail stores, childcare center, and restaurants. Construction is scheduled to begin in mid-2024, with hopes of completion within a year.