Wranglin' back in the saddle at Iron Horse stationWranglin' back in the saddle at Iron Horse stationhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=204202018-06-25T05:00:00Z2018-06-25T23:45:00Z

​​​​​Rendering of the Iron Horse Station​NORTH RICHLAND HILLS – Plans are chugging along to build townhomes and apartments geared toward millennials and empty-nesters near the Iron Horse station, one of the stops along the 27-mile Tex Rail line.

Construction will start in the latter half 2018 on a 324-unit apartment community designed for millenn​ials and retirees.

In addition, 145 townhomes are planned in a development called Iron Horse Commons, which will be a five-minute walk from the Tex Rail station.

The townhomes will have direct access to the Cottonbelt Trail, a bike path that connects North Richland Hills to Grapevine. 

Tex Rail will run from downtown Fort Worth to Terminal B at DFW Airport with stops in Fort Worth, North Richland Hills, and Grapevine; service is scheduled to begin later 2018.
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