A new mixed use development is in the works for the Richardson neighborhood in Dallas. The project site sits near Bush’s Turnpike and U.S. 75. The project will include 1.35 million square feet, a 150 room hotel and 60,000 square feet of shopping space. The residential portion of the development will include 1,250 apartments. Each of these apartment have an urban design and will be in the center of the hustle and bustle of the busy neighborhood.
Many mixed use development projects have been springing up in and around the Dallas area in the last few years. The popularity and functionality of such properties have residents and newcomers asking for more. For those who enjoy a walkable neighborhood and all of the amenities that a big city has to offer a residential mixed use development may be right for them.
Mixed use developments have the benefit of being close to restaurants, shopping and plenty of recreation. Many residents enjoy being able to walk to work and to get their groceries and hit the gym all within their own small neighborhood.
Other Dallas based mixed use developments such as Sylvan Thirty have been experiencing tremendous success. With a wide variety of apartment sizes and styles these residences are not just for young singles. Families are finding that these neighborhoods are a great place to raise their children. Retirees are able to benefit from the arts, culture and recreation that these neighborhoods have to offer. With the success that these developments have been experiencing it seems will be seeing even more mixed use residences in the years to come.