Victory Park is just one of many signature planned developments Masterplan has helped bring to reality.
According to Steve Brown in the Dallas Morning News, a large rental apartment community is planned for a site Masterplan previously consulted on near Love Field.
Masterplan CEO Dallas Cothrum obtained a Planned Development District change of zoning for what was once called Sherwood Forest. The original client, ZOM, failed to close on the project.
“I’m glad to see someone using the zoning we obtained,” Cothrum said. “Looking back on it, this project failing turned out to be a harbinger of the Great Recession. At the time, I just thought it was a real estate setback, but it turned out to be much more.”
The end of the Wright Amendment in late 2014 opened up Love Field, and business in the area has subsequently been booming again! We’ll be interested to see what other projects get resurrected…
The Union, from RED Development, was a particularly tricky case Masterplan took on several years ago. We improved the potential of the site by managing the complicated case for a planned development subdistrict.
This major mixed-use project is set to anchor the area by bringing in a Tom Thumb grocery store. Streetlights Residential is adding multi-family housing to the project, and there will also be office space designed for entire floor users.
It’s been amazing to watch this building take shape and land great tenants over the past year or so – we can’t wait to see it finished!
Dallas City Council approved a change of zoning to allow for construction of a Dream Hotel along McKinney Avenue. This new luxury hotel will have two restaurants and an entertainment bar/lounge. It will primarily cater to business and destination travelers. The Oak Lawn Committee approved the project and its increase in floor area because parking was placed underground. Numerous meetings were held with neighbors throughout the process, and the project has seen a growing level of community support!
Do you have a development that has to make it past the Oak Lawn Committee? We’ve got a great track record working with them, so bring us on board today!
Masterplan recently helped DISD win approval of several projects funded by the 2015 Bond Program, including one at Frank Guzick Elementary School. The Dallas City Plan Commission (CPC) rubber stamped a one-story, four classroom addition to the school that will enable it to enroll more Pre-K students. Construction is projected to begin as soon as possible!
Masterplan and its sister company, LaBarba Permit Service, recently helped Wing Daddy’s Sauce House expand into the Austin market. Karen Wunsch, managing director of Masterplan’s Austin office, secured a site plan compatibility waiver from Austin’s Zoning and Platting Commission to clear the way for expansion of the restaurant’s mixed beverage permit to include a TABC late hours (LB) permit. Soon patrons will be able to enjoy cocktails along with great menu items until 1AM on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights. The restaurant is located at 9811 S. IH 35 at Brandt Road in Austin, TX.
Do you want to keep your restaurant or bar open later? Masterplan and LaBarba’s combined expertise is ideal for making that happen – contact us today!