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Raiford Road

The 113-acre parcel of land located north of the President George Bush Turnpike and east of interstate 35 is owned by the City of Carrollton and hired Jacobs Carter Burgess to plan the site, and Jones Lang LaSalle. City officials would like to see hotels, retail and office development and possibly even a hotel convention center. The Raiford property is located about 1-mile northeast of the new Trinity Mills DART station scheduled to open in 2010.      

For information about development opportunities, please contact Peter Braster, Senior TOD Manager, peter.braster@cityofcarrollton.com 

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Construction on Old Denton Road (north of Raiford Road) brings new Raiford Crossing residential development to Central Carrollton. The project by Arcadia Realty will add 174 homes and town homes while tieing in the recent extension of the Blue Trail.
The City of Carrollton Economic Development Department ranked as the fourth largest North Texas Economic Development agency, according to the Dallas Business Journal (DBJ). Carrollton completed a total of 117 deals—five more than in 2012—with a total value of $313.80 million.
National energy marketplace SaveOn Energy ranked the City of Carrollton number six on its Ten Texas Cities to get the “Biggest Bang for your Buck.”
The City of Carrollton is located in the heart of the Dallas-Fort Worth area and is a vibrant corporate and residential community. Carrollton's location and business cost advantages attract and support a diverse local economy.
A recent study by Movato Real Estate Blog ranked Carrollton, Texas as the twelfth happiest mid-sized City in America based on personal safety, homeownership rate, education, income, convenience of amenities and various stress factors.
Last updated: 5/14/2010 9:05:05 AM