Centerville Marketplace Repositioning Strategy
The Centerville Marketplace Repositioning Strategy will put in place the framework for the public and private sector to partner on transforming an important commercial district experiencing distress into a vibrant mixed-use district that capitalizes on its existing assets and anticipates new trends in the marketplace. This strategy will be crafted in collaboration with developers, brokers, business and property owners, and resident leaders in and adjacent to the study area, and in partnership with the Garland Chamber of Commerce and Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART). Lessons learned from this strategy can be applied to other centers throughout Garland.
Share your thoughts and ideas about the current conditions and future possibilities of Garland’s Centerville Marketplace area at a public open house on Thursday, April 11, 2013.
We are studying an area that is roughly 450 acres, along LBJ Freeway, between South Garland Avenue and Centerville Road. The open house will offer informational displays and allow you to tell us how you use stores and services in the area, how you get around, what aspects of the area work well and what aspects could be improved or enhanced. Join us for the discussion.
Date: Thursday, April 11
Time: 6 to 8 p.m. (attendees are invited to come and go as they please)
Location: Remington College School of Culinary Arts, 1810 Eastgate Drive, Garland, TX 75041
The meeting facility is handicapped accessible. Anyone needing special accommodations for a disability, language interpretation, or more information should contact Daniel Krzyzanowski at 972-205-2460 or DKrzyzan@garlandtx.gov.
Download a informational flyer [English] [Spanish]
View a map of the Centerville Marketplace Strategy Study Area.
The City of Garland was awarded a Community Challenge Planning Grant from the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development to support the completion of this strategy.