“As it has for the past five-plus years, CityLine continually strives to be a vital part of the Richardson community,” CityLine Director of Marketing Jessica Robertson said in a statement. “We at CityLine are proud to be part of Richardson and can’t wait to continue growing, evolving and thriving over the next several years and decades.”
The development’s retail offerings include Whole Foods Market, Hollywood Feed and CVS Pharmacy. Dining options include the recently opened Ace’s Sports Hangar, Fish City Grill, Edoko Sushi & Robata, Fernando’s Mexican Cuisine, Edith’s French Bistro, Pho Is For Lovers, and more.
Corporate tenants, such as State Farm and Raytheon, have offices in CityLine. Three planned office buildings will add 1.4 million square feet to the development, according to developer KDC.
“These towers will provide additional destination and event venues with a focus on amenities, particularly green and outdoor space,” KDC Senior Vice President Aarica Mims said in a statement. “We see these as a great draw as corporate America shifts its focus toward large mixed-use, transit-oriented projects. CityLine will continue to thrive for years to come.”
CityLine also offers residential options with around 1,900 luxury apartments, townhomes and houses. The 148-room Aloft Hotel features the WXYZ Lounge and an outdoor patio that overlooks CityLine Plaza. 972-739-5080. www.citylinedfw.com