New rendering shows Richardson’s $1.5 billion CityLine project when it’s finished

Developer KDC has released a new rendering of what it’s huge CityLine project in Richardson will look like when it’s finished.

The $1.5 billion, 186-acre development at Plano Road and Bush Turnpike in the Telecom Corridor is one of the largest new mixed-use developments in the country.

It’s home to State Farm Insurance’s 8,000-worker regional campus. And Raytheon will start moving the first of its more than 1,500 workers into the project later this year.

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Watch one of the largest office developments in North Texas history rise in two year time-lapse video

State Farm Insurance’s new regional office campus in Richardson is slowly filling with almost 8,000 workers.

The 3-tower office complex at Plano Road and Bush Turnpike was developed by Dallas-based KDC.

Construction started on the 1.5 million-square-foot project two years ago and work is finishing up on the first three towers

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Children’s Health, Texas Health Resources to occupy new medical center at Richardson’s CityLine development

With more than 10,000 workers in the project, Richardson’s new CityLine development will have shops, restaurants, a hotel and apartments.

And there will also be a new medical facility to serve employees for State Farm Insurance, Raytheon and other employers in the 186-acre campus.

Children’s Health and Texas Health Resources will begin occupying the new medical building which is nearing completion at the southwest corner of Plano Road and Bush Turnpike.

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KDC, Richardson to open new CityLine Drive, paving way for $1.5B project

Dallas-based developer KDC and the City of Richardson plan to officially open CityLine Drive on Tuesday,paving the way for a $1.5 billion, 186-acre mixed-use development in Richardson.

The group plans to host a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday, which marks the completion of the development’s infrastructure that was developed in partnership with KDC, Richardson, Collin County, the North Central Texas Council of Governments, and Dallas Area Rapid Transit.

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