Victory Park is just one of many signature planned developments Masterplan has helped bring to reality.
Masterplan has recently filed a Planned Development District to rezone the Xerox (formerly ACS) campus located on North Central Expressway between Carroll and Haskell.
The property is 26 acres and will provide for a transfer of approximately 16 acres to Trammel Crow Company and will allow for retail zoning.
Xerox will retain 10 plus acres and Masterplan will rezone PD 305, the Cityplace District, to provide for a new use of Data Center and a reduction in parking.
The project also requires abandonment and significant community involvement.
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Masterplan successfully obtained zoning to allow the development of a transit and trail oriented development adjacent to the DART White Rock Station.
After extensive work with the neighboring Merriman Park/University Meadows Association, the plans were approved for an approximately 300 unit multifamily project
The units will have direct access to not only the White Rock DART Station, but also the White Rock Park trail system and White Rock Lake Park.
The support of the neighbors, Plan Commissioner Gloria Tarpley and Councilmember Sheffie Kadane allowed the process to go smoothly.
Development is scheduled to begin in late 2013.
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Maxwell Fisher, the newest member of the firm, was recently appointed to the Plan Commission of the City of Garland. Mr. Fisher is an AICP certified planner and brings a wealth of experience in municipal government, especially with regard to zoning and platting issues, to the firm.
The firm’s Karl Crawley served on the Rowlett Plan Commission, including time as Chairman. Dallas Cothrum previously served as Vice-Chair of the Dallas Permit License and Appeals Board and Mark Housewright has previously served on the Dallas City Plan Commission (in addition to the Dallas City Council).
This carries on the firm’s tradition established by founder, William Cothrum, who served on the Dallas Council in the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s, of gaining experience on both the consulting and municipal side.
Maxwell Fisher, Masterplan
The Dallas Housing Authority awarded its zoning consulting work to Masterplan in 2012.
“We are excited by this opportunity,” company President, Karl Crawley noted. “This will give us an opportunity to combine our vast experience in multi-family with our expertise in assisting governmental entities and utilities.”
Masterplan has already started efforts on several projects in Dallas and looks forward to providing housing for those that truly need and deserve a first class home.
Karl Crawley, Masterplan