The City Center West Orange development principles are based on “New Urbanism” planning concepts, which emphasizes human-scale communities in which a livable, traditional-style downtown core is designed to foster an improved quality of life for residents of all ages. Bringing this principle to life includes a mix of urban housing, civic uses, office/commercial buildings all within the city center. Planning includes approximately 500 condominium homes, a convention center, hotel, recreational trails and more than half a million square feet of retail and commercial space.
Anchored by Whole Foods, iPic Theaters and Pinstripes Inc., a total of 600,000 square feet of specialty retail includes national fashion retailers along with best-in-class Dallas restaurants all in a village format. This retail space mingles alongside six million square feet of office space, in both over-retail and office tower formats. Affluent residents of Wade Park range from young professionals and families to empty nesters, and choose from 1,300 stylish apartment units—some over-retail and others in dense-wrap style, 50 chic condominiums, and 127 premier single-family homes. A boutique hotel and a luxury hotel serve up a total of 500 rooms, ideal for visiting business travelers or upscale staycations. These residences, offices and hotels are mere steps from entertainment options including bowling, a movie theater, and nightlife. While the environment has an urban feel, Wade Park maintains a level of tranquility through heavy landscaping with mature trees, lush grass, flowers, large-scale water features, and designed streetscapes, walkways and hardscapes.
Wade Park’s amenities and unbeatable location off the Dallas North Tollway make it THE place for the communities of North Dallas and Denton Counties to call home, while also being a true destination for residents of drive markets.