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Opinion Arlington names Trammell Crow Co. as master developer for central city acreage

Arlington names Trammell Crow Co. as master developer for central city acreage

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The city of Arlington has named Trammell Crow Co. as its master developer for an 18-acre site at Interstate 30 and N. Collins Street, slated to accommodate up to 1 million square feet of premier, Class A office space.

“The agreement with Trammell Crow Company is just another example of the momentum the Arlington economy is experiencing right now,” said Mayor Jeff Williams in a statement. “When you add this agreement to GM’s recent $1.4 billion investment to the Arlington Assembly Plant and Fortune 500 company D.R. Horton’s corporate relocation to the city, they all point to a bright future for our residents.”

Denton Walker, senior managing director with Trammell Crow’s Dallas-Fort Worth Business Unit said the 18 acres will be the “premier gateway site into Arlington overlooking the Texas Rangers ballpark and AT&T Dallas Cowboys Stadium. We believe this is an incredible build-to-suit opportunity for a new corporate headquarters in one of the fastest growing cities in North Texas that is focused on attracting and expanding its corporate headquarter base.”

Homebuilder D.R. Horton, currently headquartered in Fort Worth, recently announced it was relocating to a site in Arlington, just north of I-30.

Trammell Crow Company has appointed CBRE to market the site.

“Stadium View is a highly visible site in a prominent location right in the heart of the Metroplex,” said CBRE’s Nanci Johnson-Plump. “As a resident of Arlington for more than 30 years, I’m honored to be involved in a project that will help the city build on the strong assets already in place. CBRE is excited to work closely with Trammell Crow Company to ensure that this premiere site realizes its great potential.”


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