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4/9/2020



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City approves DART Trinity Mills Station TOD project


The six-story structure will serve as the marquee building within DART and the city of Carrollton’s transit-oriented development.
Photo – DART

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The Carrollton City Council in Texas earlier this week approved an agreement for the first building within the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) Trinity Mills Station urban development.

The 125,000-square foot, six-story structure will serve as the marquee building within DART and the city's transit-oriented development (TOD), which involves 26 acres around Trinity Mills Station. 

The site eventually will become an active mixed-use development including office buildings, a hotel, restaurants, retail, residential uses and large outdoor grass gathering places. 

It will be the largest publicly owned TOD in North Texas, Carrollton officials said in a press release.

Trinity Mills Station is served by DART light-rail service and the Denton County Transportation Authority A-Train commuter-rail service.



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