Accommodates growth with higher density of housing and jobs.Provides a wider range of housing options.Provides opportunity for TOD residents to access jobs along rail corridor.Growth can be accommodated more cost-effectively and sustainably.Viable destination places improve residents’ and visitors’ quality of life while supporting healthy behaviors (walking).
High Development Potential includes vacant land, surface parking lots, and parcels with low (0.25) ratio of improvement to land value.
High Development Potential includes vacant land, surface parking lots, and parcels with low (0.5) ratio of improvement to land value.
The development area is under developed.
A potential development plan.
ULI North Texas TOD Summit - Future Market 6 feb2014
THE FUTURE MARKET
OF NORTH TEXAS TOD
Eric Fladager, City of Fort Worth
Brent Miller, Wynne/Jackson
Jim Cline, DCTA
Peter J. Braster, City of Carrollton
TOD Opportunities in
Intermodal Transportation Center (ITC)
and the T&P Terminal (existing)
Northside Station (Stockyards Station)
TCU/Berry Station Concepts (TEX Rail Phase 2)
TOD is important to the City of Fort Worth
• Accommodate continuing
• Housing choice
• Connect people to jobs
• Sustainable growth
• Quality of life
350 sq. mi.
307 sq. mi.
SLALOM SHOP, MARINA, RESORT HOTEL &
RESORT HOTEL – a 300 key, 3½ to 4-star, fullservice hotel with resort amenities (226,000
sf) and underground parking.
CONFERENCE CENTER –
(3,500 sf) plus
DCTA SITE & FUTURE DEVELOPMENT PARCELS
DCTA – a 120 unit mid-rise
apartment property with