Anchored by State Farm’s regional hub, the CityLine development is adding new housing, restaurant and retail options in Richardson. CityLine in Richardson Richardson’s massive, 200-acre CityLine project broke ground in 2013, and today is one of Texas’ largest transit-oriented developments. Where empty fields once stood, CityLine now is home to a day-time population of 15,000 with luxurious single-family and multifamily housing, and Whole Foods Market as a retail anchor. Corporate anchors State Farm and Raytheon were drawn to the site thanks to multimodal access provided in part by CityLine/Bush Station. 20 At full build-out, approximately 30,000 people will live and work in the area, making the project a small city unto itself, and certainly a regional destination – even more so once the Cotton Belt regional rail line begins service. “Thanks to DART, CityLine is a truly transformational project contributing significantly to Richardson’s success – and to North Texas’ vitality,” Assistant City Manager Cliff Miller said.

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