04/23/24 | Development Sites Fast Facts

North of downtown Dallas in Richardson, Texas, is one of North Texas’ mixed-use development success stories. Cityline, a 204-acre thoughtfully designed project, combines an urban vibe with corporate office space and an abundance of amenities and green space. Located at the intersection of Central Expressway and President George Bush Turnpike and adjacent to the CityLine/Bush DART light rail stop, CityLine stands ready for its next chapter of success.

The well-established development still has room to grow, including office and land opportunities. CityLine’s office market is represented by State Farm and Raytheon, occupying 2.5 million square feet of space. An additional 1.8 million square feet of space is planned: Five CityLine is a 16-story tower with 482,000 square feet, while Six CityLine is a 15-story tower with 448,000 square feet. The third tower, Seven CityLine, offers 12 stories at 373,000 square feet. These flexible, modern workspaces will be completely scalable to meet the client’s needs, from a single floor to an entire interconnected campus.

Office spaces begin atop secure parking podiums, allowing for optimal views as well as plenty of room below for conference facilities, a fitness center and other common areas. Each tower features secure tenant access to lobbies and elevators, as well as generous visitor areas and street-level parking for shoppers, diners and guests.

In addition to the office towers, CityLine features more than 50 dining and retail options with Whole Foods Market as anchor, an Aloft hotel, two parks with access to regional hike and bike trails, and a wellness office building anchored by Texas Health Resources and Children’s Medical Center. With plenty of green space, stunning public art, walkable streets and a variety of upscale residential, CityLine is the best location for those seeking the ideal work-life balance.

For more information about Five, Six and Seven CityLine, contact Walt Mountford, KDC EVP,

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