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Trinity Groves: The Next Uptown?

Trinity Groves
Rendering of Goldenrod Companies plans for Trinity Groves | Image by Goldenrod Companies

Goldenrod Companies has announced a major expansion in the Dallas’ Trinity Groves district.

Once complete, the plan would transform roughly 45 acres into new, multi-use towers in West Dallas. The development would surround three blocks of residential buildings already in the neighborhood. Documents submitted to the city show a strong emphasis on livability, with plenty of green space, pathways, and tree-lined roads.

“Our partners and us are looking to make this probably the epitome of what a live-work-play community should be,” Zach Wiegert, managing principal at Goldenrod, told the design review panel, per the Dallas Business Journal.

According to its website, Goldenrod is a collection of real estate professionals focused on “the Central United States markets.” Its latest project will see the company develop nine parcels ranging from 1.1 acres to 8 acres in size. Upon completion of the first phase, the combined property will house 2,419 residential units, including existing units. That phase will also include 788 hotel rooms, 1.4 million square feet of office space, 10,000 parking spots, and 126,000 square feet of retail space.

Ultimately, the full build-out will include over 5,000 residential units, 994 hotel rooms, over 2.6 million square feet of office space, 222,000 square feet of retail space, and nearly 18,000 parking spots.

Earlier this year, The Dallas Express reported that Nebraska-based Goldenrod had acquired an 11-story office tower in Richardson known as the Innovation Quarter. The company said it planned to renovate the building, which boasted an 85% lease rate at the time.

As part of the Trinity Groves project, the new development will connect to the Ronald Kirk Pedestrian Bridge, giving people access to Klyde Warren Park, roughly two miles away.

This is not Goldenrod’s first foray into Trinity Grove. In 2023, the company acquired almost 90 properties in the district from developer West Dallas Investments.

“Our goal would be, long term, to create a district in Dallas like Uptown, where people choose to put their businesses, live, go to restaurants and spend time. The great thing with this is we really get a palette to create something that’s unique, which is a developer’s dream,” Wiegert told DBJ last year.

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