Groundbreaking 'faire' at Renaissance Square, master plan to Fort WorthGroundbreaking 'faire' at Renaissance Square, master plan to Fort Worthhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=146302016-09-26T05:00:00Z2016-09-26T22:30:00Z

​​​FORT WORTH - The first phase of Columbia at Renaissance Square, a master-planned mixed-income housing community, has broken ground by a collaboration of private and public partners. 

The partners, formally called Columbia Renaissance Square I LP, include Columbia Residential, the City of Fort Worth, BBVA Compass Bank, RBC Capital Markets and Renaissance Heights United.

Construction on Phase I—located between Mitchell Blvd. and Wichita St.—has started, bringing 140 units of mixed-income housing. 

Phase II will bring 120 units of senior housing and is expected to begin construction in early 2017. 

Columbia at Renaissance Square will also have education centers, retail and office space including: 
  • The Shoppes, 300,000 sf of shopping dining and entertainment with another 200,000 sf planned for development
  • The Villages, 80 acres of land zoned for residential development and senior housing
  • The Suites, 20 acres of land ready for office use
The total project is scheduled for completion by late 2017.
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