As a mature suburb with limited undeveloped land, Richardson's planning efforts have begun to focus on reinvestment opportunities and individual efforts to revitalize private property.
411 W Arapaho Rd
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Since adoption of the 2009 Comprehensive Plan, the City of Richardson has been purposeful in its implementation of the Plan and committed to the on-going refinement of key tactics to ensure the city's best possible future. Most recently, efforts have been concentrated within multiple Enhancement/Redevelopment Areas and in promoting transit-oriented development near the DART rail stations.
The 2009 Comprehensive Plan designated six Enhancement / Redevelopment Areas, acknowledging that these areas were under-performing and in need of further analysis in order to develop appropriate visions for each and tailor strategies that will effectively leverage public and private investment. Community-based, market-supported vision studies have been completed for the Main Street/Central Expressway Corridor (2013) and West Spring Valley Corridor (2010). New land use and development regulations, which over time will result in the built visions for both corridors, have also been adopted. The Main Street/Central Expressway Corridor was rezoned in two phases during 2015 and 2016, and the West Spring Valley Corridor was rezoned in 2011.
Major capital and infrastructure improvements are currently taking place along the Main Street/Central Expressway Corridor, which includes the construction of a new Public Safety Complex with public art. In addition, a street, pedestrian, and landscaping improvement project along Main Street will soon commence. By the year 2020, the look and feel of Downtown Richardson will be dramatically enhanced with new pedestrian-friendly improvements, extensive landscaping, and overhead utility relocation.
Additionally, a market area assessment was completed for the East Arapaho/Collins area in 2013 that served as the basis for additional work undertaken by the Chamber of Commerce during 2016. In 2018, the City of Richardson kicked off the Collins/Arapaho Innovation District and Transit-Oriented Development Study to build on the recommendations from the Chamber of Commerce. It is the City’s desire to maximize the potential for transit-oriented development in proximity to the Arapaho Center Station and reposition the area as a successful innovation district that is an economic driver within the City and DFW region.
To learn more about these enhancement/redevelopment efforts, please visit: https://www.cor.net/departments/development-services/comprehensive-planning