CityLine Mixed-Use Development – Richardson, Texas
05/21/20 | Development Sites Fast Facts
With more than 50 acres of land for build-to-suit office space, CityLine, a 186-acre transit-oriented, mixed-use development in Richardson, Texas, has no limitations to what could be built on the remaining land. Home to State Farm and Raytheon, this urban environment in the suburbs also includes ample opportunity at Seven CityLine. The 450,000-square-foot building has a 3 per 1000 parking ratio and flexible floorplate sizes, as well as a tenant lounge, conference room, fitness center, and restaurant option.
CityLine is located at the intersection of US Highway 75 and the President George Bush Turnpike, offering easy access to two major highways and the DART light rail system. It is located in one of DFW’s best submarkets along a growth corridor.
CityLine is planned to be part of DART’s new Silver Line, a 26-mile corridor that extends between DFW Airport and Shiloh Road in Plano, connecting Plano, Addison and Richardson to the DFW International Airport. With CityLine as part of this new light rail line, there is additional connectivity to areas of the metroplex, creating even more opportunity.
Why It’s Important:
CityLine is an already established community with more than 50 dining and retail options including Whole Foods, an Aloft Hotel, 1,900 luxury apartments, townhomes and houses, office buildings, two parks with access to regional hike and bike trails, and a wellness center. The available land and Seven CityLine offer an opportunity to be folded into a successful and established live, work, play environment.
Ryan McManigal, KDC
Senior Vice President