The residential component of Renaissance Square is moving forward, as the Fort Worth City Council approved the project’s site plan on June 14. The vote was 8-0, with Councilmember Sal Espino absent.
The project, which consists of five three-story buildings and 140 apartment units, will be located south of East Berry Street near U.S. Highway 287, south of the Walmart store.
Happy Baggett, the Fort Worth developer leading the Renaissance Square project, said construction should start later this year.
Atlanta-based real estate developer Columbia Residential will manage the apartments.
Other plans for Renaissance Square include senior housing, townhomes, office space and additional retail. Baggett said he estimates the project as a whole to cost upwards of $250 million.