$39M mixed-use 101 Center landing in Arlington$39M mixed-use 101 Center landing in Arlingtonhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=113642015-12-07T06:00:00Z2015-12-07T22:00:00Z

​​​ARLINGTON - Dallas-based developers Catalyst Urban Development and LandPlan Development have landed the capital needed to develop the initial phase of Arlington City Center, a public-private partnership with the City of Arlington aimed at redeveloping the city center.

The initial phase of the project, called 101 Center, is an upscale, urban mixed-use development planned for a 2.35-acre tract across from Arlington City Hall and two blocks from the University of Texas at Arlington campus, which has more than 47,000 students and 1,500 faculty members.

The total cost, according to Catalyst Urban Development, will be $39 million, including infrastructure. 

101 Center will include a new central library, City Council chambers, public plaza and private mixed-use development with new urban streetscapes.

The development will include 244 apartments and homes for Arlington residents atop about 18,500 sf of ground-floor retail. Plans include a public-private parking garage.

​Construction on the development is slated for completion in June 2017.​
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