Exciting Real Estate Projects in the Metroplex

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Here are some of the most exciting real estate projects currently planned or already breaking ground in North Texas.

Celina Development

Earlier this year, Hillwood Communities closed on a deal to acquire a large plot of land that will be developed into a community of around 4,000 homes called Ramble. The massive undertaking is expected to cost more than $2 billion.

Goldman Sach’s New Dallas Campus

Construction continues on the investment bank’s new campus. When it opens in 2027, the $500 million, 800-square-foot building on North Field Street will house Goldman employees currently working in downtown Dallas, Irving, and Richardson.

Field Street Project

A mixed-use high-rise is in the works at the intersection of Ross Avenue and Field Street. Once complete, the 30-story tower will be a mixed-use building with workspace, residential units, hotel rooms, and more. Pacific Elm and Headington Cos. are collaborating on the project.

Hollywood in North Texas

Late last year, construction began on a new Universal theme park set to open in Frisco in 2026. Former Disney Imagineer Bob Weis, renowned for his iconic work developing Disney theme parks, will join the $550 million project.

Dallas Convention Center 2.0

Earlier this month, The Dallas Express reported that over 40 events have reportedly already been booked at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center, which is not expected to open for another five years. The $3.7 billion project will culminate in 2.5 million square feet of space, including a 105,000-square-foot ballroom.

Life Sciences Complex in Plano

NextPoint Development Co., based out of Dallas, is converting more than 1.6 million square feet of existing office space into what is being called the “TxS District,” a state-of-the-art technology and life sciences facility. The planned complex will sit atop 135 acres and cost an estimated $3.6 billion.

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