There’s been a lot of chatter around the city’s zoning decisions and recent annexations. After this week’s city council and zoning commission meetings, we’re keeping our eye on these six potential developments.
57 acres in Downtown
Location: 2212 E. 4th St.
Potential use: 1,600+ multifamily units and 12.5 acres of retail, restaurant, and commercial development
Decision: The City Council removed the density per-acre restriction to allow further development by StoneHawk Capital Partners — who is already building 336 luxury units on the adjacent site.
250 acres in Parker County
Location: Old Weatherford Road and FM 3325
Potential use: Single-family, townhome, commercial, and high-density multifamily development
Decision: The City Council unanimously approved the annexation, rezoning, and municipal services for Geo Beggs Aledo Ranch.
34 acres in Parker County
Location: Between Old Weatherford Road, Walsh Drive, and Walsh Ranch
Potential use: Townhome development
Decision: The City Council unanimously approved the annexation, zoning, and municipal services for Aledo 34.
573 acres in Denton County
Location: Between Rancho Canyon Way, Eagle Road, and John Day Road
Potential use: 498 acres of single-family development and 76 acres of industrial development
Decision: The City Council entered into a pre-annexation development agreement with GRBK Edgewood LLC..
130 acres in the Stockyards
Location: Bounded by 22nd Street, Clinton Avenue, NE 29th Street, and SLSW Railroad
Potential use: Mixed use development
Decision: The Zoning Commission recommended restricting multi-family development near the Stockyards including the Swift/Armour District.
83 acres in northwest Fort Worth
Location: 4800 and 4900 blocks of Old Decatur Road
Potential use: Medium-density multifamily development + 48-acre public park
Decision: The Zoning Commission recommended rezoning the property from commercial use for a two-phase residential development.
The cases heard by the Zoning Commission this week will be presented to the City Council on Tuesday, Dec. 13.