Developer KDC today announced plans for the initial phase of its transit-oriented development located on 186 acres along Bush Turnpike east of US 75 (Central Expressway). The company also announced the name of the development: CityLine.
The $600 million, 2.3 million-square-foot initial phase of CityLine is slated for completion in early 2015. In addition to 1.5 million square feet of office towers leased by State Farm, the project also includes restaurant, retail and entertainment space; a contemporary 150-room select service hotel; 520 urban-style homes; an 18,000 square-foot wellness and fitness facility; a 41,000-square-foot medical office building; and a 3.5-acre park adjacent to the Dallas Area Rapid Transit’s Bush Turnpike Station that includes connections to Richardson’s regional trail system.
The focal point of the initial phase will be CityLine Plaza, a centrally located urban plaza designed by Office of James Burnett, the landscape architect of Dallas’ signature Klyde Warren Park. Framing CityLine Plaza and strategically located at other select, optimal sites will be more than 92,000 square feet of retail, restaurant and entertainment space.
At full build-out, the $1.5 billion CityLine project will contain approximately 6 million square feet of office space; two hotels; 3,200 multi-family residential units; 300,000 square feet of grocery, restaurant, entertainment and retail space; and three parks.
Just south of CityLine, construction is underway by developer Zale Corson on the first phase of an urban-style, mixed-use development with 800 multi-family residential units, retail-ready ground floor space, structured parking, and planned streetscape amenities.
For more information about the project, visit cor.net/Bush75.