Masterplan assisted one of its strategic partners by amending a PUD (Planned Unit Development) zoning ordinance for a 78-acre mixed use tract in Round Rock, Texas. Members of the project team originally collaborated several years prior to establish the PUD, while working together at another engineering firm. The PUD established allowed land uses as well as site and building design criteria based on the proximity of the area to transportation thoroughfares, regional higher education campuses, and an existing single-family residential neighborhood in order to create compatible and complimentary infill development projects. Developed uses include retail, restaurant and commercial uses, medical office uses, townhouse uses, and a church.
Multifamily PUD (Planned Unit Development) zoning ordinance to allow for 368 multifamily residential units.
Wonderspaces, an immersive, interactive art gallery in Austin, recently received a conditional use site plan to allow a cocktail lounge for patrons.
Novē at Knox is a 19-story luxury multifamily living to the Dallas Knox-Henderson district with 310 apartment homes and penthouses. This project was developed by national award-winning real estate developer, Southern Land Company, in partnership with KBS, one of the largest owners of real estate in the US.
Atelier, meaning ‘workshop’ in French, is an affordable, luxury apartment tower in the Dallas Arts District at 1801 N Pearl Street, which is across the street from Meyerson Symphony Center. The 41-story apartment tower uses a style and materials that flow with the surrounding area as well as an art gallery in the lobby, reflecting the creativity of the Arts District location. Amenities at Atelier include an infinity swimming pool, sun deck, cabanas, a yoga lawn, a bar, a fire pit, and a grilling area.
The Mondrian at Cityplace is a residential and retail building that was designed by the famous architect, Thomas Brink. Located on the corner of McKinney and Blackburn at 3000 Blackburn Street, this 20-story building was one of the first high rises in the area. At ground level there are a variety of retail shops, and residents of the building also have access to garden pool along with other amenities.
Masterplan obtained a conditional use permit for a TABC late-hours permit for the Wing Daddy’s restaurant. Since the restaurant is less than 200 feet from property zoned for single-family residential use, a variance from residential compatibility standards with respect to parking was requested and granted in conjunction with the conditional use site plan.
The Union is an 800,000 square foot, two-tower mixed use development. This dynamic project is located at the junction of five city streets in Uptown Dallas and surrounded by Dallas’ premier sports, entertainment, museum, and park venues. The project was designed by HKS, Inc. and constructed by DPR Construction.
The Liberty Mutual Regional Office building is a 1.1 million sq. ft. building located at the corner of State Highway 121 and the North Dallas Tollway in the vibrant Legacy West development. At a height of nearly 300 feet, the Liberty Mutual Building was the tallest office building in Plano, Texas at the time. Designed by architect Omniplan, the space created a community-centered workplace that brought together the employees. Masterplan was brought in to handle the signage in regard to local ordinances. The signage ordinance allowed a specific size sign on each side of the building. Masterplan worked to alter the rules to add the allowed size for the east and west sides of the building to the north and south sides permitting two larger signs on the north and south facing sides.
The Palladium Simpson Stuart apartment complex is a $53 million development located at Simpson Stuart Road and Bonnie View Road. The development will include about 300 units over three stories and will cover 13 acres of land. Located next to a public park, the building will feature many amenities.