Planned Unit Development Zone (PUD) #6 established 2015.
Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone (TIRZ) #6 with same boundaries as PUD #6.
Infrastructure improvements include water, sanitary sewer and stormwater; and roadway and public transportation.
Streetscape enhancements include gateway features, linear parks and public plazas.
Irving is home to the most unique and accessible large-scale development opportunity in North Texas.
The former stadium site offers 90 developable acres located in the center of the region. Surrounded by highways and snuggled between Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport and Dallas Love Field, the property is primed for significant mixed-use development.
The state and city currently are focusing on building infrastructure to the site. TxDOT is working on a massive vehicle and pedestrian bridge that spans State Highway (SH) 114. The bridge will connect the former stadium site to another 218 acres on the northeast side of SH 114, also ready for development.
The Diamond Interchange is the name for three highways, SH 114, SH 183 and Loop 12, that surround the acreage. Those highways also are scheduled for upgrades. A DART station is slated for the property as well.