Cbdallas wrote:That area needs about 10,000 more people living near there.
Based on what's coming down Singleton Blvd at the Trinity Green site and just past it, they have a good amount coming but probably under 5,000 units within the next two years. The connectivity is, of course, abysmal between Trinity Green which has lots of apartments, townhomes, and condos, but if you wanted to walk or bike to Trinity Groves, it would be kinda unsafe. They built new sidewalks as part of the SIngleton Blvd redo but it was done without purchasing new space for wider sidewalks or including new crosswalks so that it would be ready for the opening of the Margaret Hunt Hill bridge. Which is a reliever route for the Stemmons/Woodall Rogers/Mixmaster so high-speed high capacity car travel is what Singleton Blvd was redesigned for not for walkability and creating a neighborhood of connected living, working and play. If the railroad wasn't such a super active line it would be primed for a Katy Trail copycat but that railroad is not going anywhere ever.