Atlanta Developer Will Lead New Carrollton Mixed-use Transit Project

An Atlanta property company that's done suburban Dallas mixed-use projects will be the lead builder on a new transit oriented development in Carrollton.Integral Group LLC has been selected as the master developer for the Trinity Mills Transit Center District, according to the City of Carrollton and the Dallas Area Rapid Transit Authority.Integral will come up with a development plan for the area surrounding DART's Trinity Mills Station located near the southeast corner of Stemmons Freeway and Trinity Mills Road.The transit station is also the connection point with the Denton County Transit Authority's A-Train commuter line.The proposed development includes more than 26 acres located just south of Bush Turnpike that is owned by the city and DART.Integral officials describe the property as "the largest publically-owned transit-oriented development site in North Texas.""I'm very excited about this opportunity to create a truly authentic cultural village," Egbert Perry, CEO of Integral, said in a statement. "Our mission at Integral is to create value in cities and build the fabric of communities."This important development will do exactly that."The planned Trinity Mills Urban Village will have retail, apartments and commercial development."This is one of the first major projects undertaken in my tenure and one of the most impactful," Carrollton Mayor Kevin Falconer said in a statement. "In view of the previous projects in our surrounding cities in years past, Carrollton is in for an economic boost that will reclaim the area surrounding the old Home Depot property and infuse the neighborhood with a modern, streamlined aesthetic similar to Klyde Warren Park."Integral Group has been in business since 1993 and has done projects in multiple U.S. markets.The company is currently working on a mixed-use downtown transit development in Rowlett.Art Lomenick, who previously worked on Dallas-area developments in Uptown, Addison and Plano, will be in charge of the new Carrollton project.  Continue reading...

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