DALLAS Developers stood next to Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings Wednesday as they unveiled the second phase of the Trinity Groves development.
Columbus Realty Partners, partnering with Trinity Groves, plans to bring 1,000 apartment units to the burgeoning West Dallas neighborhood.
'We are very much optimistic about this also becoming even more than it is today a vibrant mixed-use development,' said Robert Shaw of Columbus Realty.
The complex will sit at the corner of Singleton Boulevard and Pastor Street. We don't yet know what the complex will look like, but developers say it will include multi-family units and retail a design they call 'urban contemporary.'
Trinity Groves is an area that is enjoying a booming restaurant scene a part of the city essentially neglected until the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge opened in 2012.
'It's no longer the 'bridge to nowhere' it's the bridge to Trinity Groves now,' said Daniel Pittman, executive chef of Luck.
While developers hope to break ground by the end of the year, Shaw admits that planning is still in the preliminary stages.
Developers are working with the city to see how much public money will be made available to them through tax increment financing. The rough price tag on the project is around $100 million.