Construction for one of DFW’s more highly anticipated mixed-use projects is finally ready to begin, according to the Dallas Morning News.
Dubbed Bishop Arts Village, the new development occupies an 11-acre site at Bishop Avenue and Ninth Street, which of course is just south of the historic and lively Bishop Arts commercial district down on the city’s southwest side.
Developers behind Bishop Arts Village have been working on the project for over a decade, as noted in the report, but with construction officially getting underway soon, it appears the end is finally in sight.
For now, Bishop Arts Village is expected to include a public plaza that’s centered around 12,000 square feet of retail space and also 246 apartment residences and 500 public parking spaces.
Property owner Exxir Capital is already building 42,000 square feet of retail and office space across the street, which only add to all the incredible changes happening all throughout the neighborhood.