mixed-use development

Grand Prairie Entertainment Corridor Attracts Bass Pro Shops, BigShots Golf, and More

by | Dec 21, 2022
The EpicCentral Corridor in Grand Prairie includes new mixed-use development Mayfield Groves, which has landed three anchors to add to the city's entertainment district.

City Manager Steve Dye said the city welcomes the new businesses "as we continue to selectively build out our EpicCentral corridor along State Highway 161.”
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Frisco’s New Firefly Park Development Gets Dream Hotel As Anchor
by | May 25, 2022
Slated to break ground next year, Firefly Park will add "a significantly different, cool vibe to Frisco," says the city's mayor. Developer Kyle Wilks of Wilks Development hired Amsterdam-based UNStudio to develop the master plan in collaboration with Sasaki Associates.

That European influence is showing up in the 230-acre project's walkable, park-laden layout—and in the architecture's future-forward look. The Dream Hotel will be designed with hints of the region, with a design philosophy “both surreal and contemporarily chic."
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Extreme Sandbox in Sachse Lets You ‘Play with a 26-Ton Excavator for Fun’
by | Jul 27, 2020
The heavy-equipment entertainment company featured on Shark Tank is moving its only Texas site to The Station in Sachse in September. Here's a look at what you can expect.
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Pegasus Park: Lyda Hill Philanthropies Unveils Details of 23-Acre Hub for Biotech Innovation, Social Impact in Dallas 
by | Jul 13, 2020
The mixed-use social purpose project—designed to boost local biotech, nonprofit, and corporate innovation—has been in the works for years. Expected to open in early 2021, the future-focused campus is located near the Dallas Medical District.
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ThriftBooks’ Dallas Used Book Fulfillment Center to Become Its Largest in the Country

by | Jul 16, 2019
By tripling the facility’s size and adding new automation tech, ThriftBooks says it will be able to process 50 million books a year in Dallas.
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CityLine: A Development That’s Built to Last
by | Jan 1, 2016

With CityLine, KDC and its design and construction partners aren’t just developing a
master-planned community for today—they’re keeping tomorrow very much in mind. That means a commitment to sustainability....

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CityLine: A Multifamily Home Run
by | Jan 1, 2016

Thousands of workers will converge upon CityLine when State Farm and Raytheon move into their new office buildings in 2015. Some will have just a short walk to work, with residential options conveniently located on site....

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Raytheon's new campus will be secured by a 6-foot fence and have 24-hour manned guard shacks at all three entrances.
Raytheon at CityLine: Creating a High-tech Command Center
by | Jan 1, 2016

Raytheon isn’t one to move around a lot. In fact, its current Jupiter Road complex in Garland, which houses its Intelligence, Information and Services (IIS) operations, dates back to the 1950s....

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State Farm at CityLine: Kind of a Big Deal

by | Jan 1, 2016

In April of 2012, execs from State Farm got in touch with their longtime North Texas real estate brokers, Randy Cooper and Craig Wilson of Cassidy Turley, to talk about a top-secret expansion the company was considering. It was a deal that could potentially be as large as 500,000 square feet, maybe one day expanding up to 750,000 square feet....

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CityLine: Building a City Within a City
by | Jan 1, 2016

It’s hard to appreciate of the size and scope of CityLine without a little perspective. Consider that in 1940, a century after Richardson was first settled, the small town was home to just 740 people....

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