Vibrant, diverse land uses with emphasis on walkability
At least 3.5 million+ SF planned
At least 1.5-3 million SF of Class A office and corporate campuses
Integration into natural features with a greenbelt and trail connections to the rest of the city
High visibility on State Highway 121
Next: The Districts
The development will have several distinct districts with different uses, all unified by a common design theme and experience that can only be achieved in projects with a single developer. These districts include:
The Alma District, which will plant the seeds for a vibrant urban center with retail, entertainment, and office space.
As its name suggests, the Central District will tie all districts together with a central green space and experiential retail.
Transitioning from the commercial uses to residential, the Neighborhood North District will provide urban residential options that are pet friendly and take advantage of the abundant on-site amenities.
The Neighborhood South District will offer single family homes with 30′ and 50′ lots for residents who want walkability to urban amenities.
The Tollway District will consist of Class A office building and corporate campuses, with ground floor retail facing the Central District.
The Greenbelt District will feature a pleasing wooded greenbelt along Watters Creek with direct connections to Spirit Park (adjacent to the south) via the City of Allen’s award-winning trail system.
The Creek District will provide the final phase of Class A office and residential options east of the Greenbelt District.
Next: The Phases
The development is currently planned to develop in four phases:
Phase 1 will plant the seeds of a vibrant urban center with single family, urban residential, and retail uses.
Phase 2 will add office space and potentially ground floor retail, with space available for corporate campuses on the frontage of SH-121.
Phase 3 will bring additional office, retail, and residential to finish the urban experience west of the Watters Creek Greenbelt.
Phase 4, the capstone of the project, will add the final office and residential components east of the Watters Creek Greenbelt.
The Allen EDC provides a number of business services such as site selection assistance and economic development incentives.