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Fort Worth council approves Centreport-area rezonings for 318 apartments, two hotels, five restaurants

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Fort Worth City Council members on Tuesday approved rezonings that will allow several restaurants and a 318-unit apartment development to be built in far east Fort Worth.

In one case, Lodgestar Inc sought rezoning from “J” medium industrial to “G” intense commercial for the site at the southwest corner of 4200-4600 Texas 360 and Center Station Drive. Council members approved the case unanimously.

Lodgestar told the city it plans to build five pad sites for restaurants along Texas 360 and two parcels for hotels along Reggis Court. The hotels are proposed to be four to five stories, about 26,000 square feet each.

In a second case, LG Centreport I, LLC won a rezoning of a site at 14105 Trinity Blvd. to allow the 318-unit apartment complex, with waivers from height and density requirements.

LG Centreport requested maximum density of 27 units per acre, a reduced setback, and 35-foot height. LG Centreport plans one, two, and three-bedroom units.

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