Dallas - Lake Highlands Town Center
2009 - 2010 Call for Projects
Status: In Progress
Lake Highlands Town Center is a developing mixed-use, walkable neighborhood built near the Lake Highlands Station served by DART Rail Blue Line. Pedestrian-friendly streets and sidewalks are being incorporated into the overall design to improve connectivity to and from the DART station which also features areas for bus transfers and passenger drop-off. Local residents and visitors can access Watercrest Park in a 0.4 mile walk via sidewalk or trail.
Lake Highlands Town Center II is a continuation of the previous work done to create a walkable neighborhood built near the Lake Highlands Station served by DART Rail Blue Line. This phase of the project includes a trail extension and intersection improvements north of the Lake Highlands Town Center. The construction of a 12-foot sidewalk featuring pedestrian amenities and a bridge will provide both bicyclists and pedestrians with safer access to White Rock Creek.
Pedestrian activity is encouraged along Wildcat Way, a promenade lined with trees, where shopping, dining and entertainment options are available for employees and residents in the area. Nearby amenities include a Sprouts grocery store, various restaurants with outdoor seating, and a children’s museum.
The project cost of $6,437,500 was funded through public-private partnerships.
- 18,000 sq. ft. of office/retail
- 215 residential units
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