New Fort Worth Development

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Fort Worth TEXRail stations:


The route will follow existing rail lines from downtown Fort Worth, northeast through North Richland Hills to downtown Grapevine, and then into the north entrance of Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. Operating on primarily existing tracks, the route would provide direct access to all activity centers in the corridor, and would connect with other transportation services, including the Trinity Railway Express (TRE) commuter rail service, AMTRAK, and FWTA’s downtown Fort Worth Intermodal Transportation Center (ITC) and T&P Station.


ITC Station




T&P Station




North Side Station




Mercantile Center Station (Beach St)




Iron Horse Station




Smithfield Station




Grapevine Station




DFW Airport North Station




DFW Airport B Station (matches DART's DFW Orange Line station)




System Map



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Medical City Fort Worth to add $64 million tower with helipad




Medical City Fort Worth will break ground Monday on a $64 million patient tower as part of $100 million in expansions and upgrades at the hospital.

The expanded intensive care unit will have 28 beds, and the roof will have the complex’s second helipad to provide closer access to the ER.

The new tower will be built across 9th Avenue in a former parking lot on the west side of the hospital, and an aerial walkway will span the street and connect it with the main hospital building at 900 8th Ave. 

A groundbreaking ceremony is set for 10 a.m. Monday.


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Online eyewear retailer Warby Parker opening more Texas stores


Warby Parker



Warby Parker has decided Texas is big enough for more of its stores.  It's planning three more stores by the end of this year, the company said Tuesday.



Warby Parker opened its first Texas store on N. Henderson Ave. in Dallas in 2014. 

Last year, it opened a second Dallas store in NorthPark Center. Two other stores in the state are in Austin.


New stores are planned for Legacy West in Plano and Westbend in Fort Worth.


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Majestic Realty Co. to build new 320-acre business park in Fort Worth




Upon completion, the new business park — called Majestic Fort Worth South Business Park — near Interstate 20 and Interstate 35 is expected to include more than 6 million square feet of office, industrial and distribution space.

The initial phase of the Majestic Fort Worth South Business Park is expected to sit on 110 acres and will include a total of 1.8 million square feet of industrial space in a multi-building park.

The multiple buildings could accommodate users from 35,000 square feet to 1.2 million square feet.

This phase is slated for completion in June 2018, with the venture marketing built-to-suit options.

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The Shops at Clearfork tenant list:




  • Burberry (second in DFW)
  • Louis Vuitton (fifth in DFW)
  • Neiman Marcus (fourth in DFW)



  • Arhaus Furniture (second in DFW)
  • Mitchell Gold & Bob Williams (third in DFW)
  • Z Gallerie (sixth in DFW)


Dining & Entertainment


  • AMC Theaters
  • B&B
  • Fixe
  • Luna Grill
  • Malai Kitchen
  • Mesero 
  • Pinstripes

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Mixed-use TOD in North Richland Hills:


Fountain at Iron Horse


Transit oriented/ mixed use development that will consist 30,000 SF of ground floor retail and 238 apartment units. This initial development is the first phase of +/-1,000 units to be developed in the immediate area by 2018.

Located at the SWC of Iron Horse Blvd and Browning Blvd in North Richland Hills just north of 820 and west of Rufe Snow Dr the site sits adjacent to the Iron Horse Station of the Tex Rail line Blvd from DFW Airport to downtown Fort Worth. TEX Rail is a 27-mile commuter rail project being developed by the Fort Worth Transportation Authority and will be the next passenger rail service coming to Tarrant County.


Additional Information


  • Fountain at Iron Horse construction will begin 4th quarter 2016
  • Delivery of retail shell schedule for 1st quarter 2018


Property Flyer (PDF)







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What’s next for Roanoke? A luxury hotel and conference center




A 300-room Peabody Hotel would be built south of the existing restaurant row, near where a new City Hall is under construction. Plans released Thursday call for 300 rooms and suites, a restaurant, two bars, a high-end spa and fitness center and a large rooftop swimming pool. There also would be more than 30,000 square feet of meeting and event space.

In a statement, Douglas V. Browne, president of Peabody Hotels & Resorts, said the hotel project “is still very much in the planning and financing stages.” But the developer, Bluff City Group, said it hopes to open the hotel within the next two years.

The hotel would be located along an extension of Oak Street south of the downtown strip, where Babe’s Chicken is located, as part of a new mixed-use project being developed by the Integrity Group of Justin. The area will include the new City Hall, residential units, retail space and offices, said Scott Campbell, Roanoke’s city manager.

The Peabody, which dates to 1869, was restored and reopened in 1981. The property is known for its ducks, which swim in a fountain in the hotel lobby and waddle through the hotel daily. A fountain with ducks is also planned for the Roanoke property.

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