Detached Multifamily Zoning is in Progress for Fort Worth, Texas
The City of Fort Worth was recently named the 12th largest city in the U.S., according to the U.S. Census Bureau’s latest population estimates. From 2019 – 2020, the city added 19,229 residents to the Cowtown community.
Across the state of Texas, we are seeing housing shortages. With Fort Worth seeing so much growth in particular, our clients at Provident Realty saw an opportunity to help. Working with Provident Realty, Masterplan submitted a zoning case in Fort Worth, which would provide additional rental opportunities in single family for rent, referred to in Fort Worth as detached multifamily.
The property undergoing zoning changes is a 24-acre tract of land located on the southeast corner of Altamesa Boulevard and Chisolm Trail Parkway in Fort Worth. There is a meeting scheduled with the zoning commission on July 14, 2021, followed by a city council meeting on August 3, 2021.
Pending approval, Parc Haus Tavolo, the planned single family for rent complex would feature 224 units. Amenities include a dog park, swimming pool, sports center, leasing center, and open space. One large draw is the proximity to the downtown urban center where several offices are located making this a convenient spot for those working nearby. Tavolo is also located near several schools within Crowley ISD as well as some of the most prestigious private schools in the area, which will make it a great place for families.
We are excited about the work and growth happening in Fort Worth!