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Allen City Council Approves Zoning District for Howard Hughes Corp.’s 261-Acre Mixed-Use Project

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Monarch City, a mixed-use project in Allen, is expected to comprise roughly 10 million square feet of commercial space across 270 acres.

ALLEN, TEXAS — The Allen City Council has approved a zoning proposal for Monarch City, a 261-acre mixed-use project by The Howard Hughes Corp. that will be developed on the northeastern outskirts of Dallas. According to the minutes from the council meeting, the council adopted an ordinance that establishes a “planned development zoning district with a base zoning of mixed-use.” The development will be located near State Highways 121 and 75 and currently calls for more than 10 million square feet of commercial and residential space, including office, retail, multifamily and hospitality uses. Omniplan is designing the project and JLL is marketing and leasing it on behalf of Howard Hughes Corp.

 

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