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Mansfield to get large innovation tech space

Mansfield Getting Ready to Compete

The City of Mansfield and Admiral Legacy Investments hope to bring the city’s innovation vision to reality by developing The Mansfield Innovation Community (The MIC). The city of 75,000 is on the most southern end of the DFW metroplex. The city is allocating 18-acres of property, at Heritage and Regency parkways, owned by the Mansfield Economic Development Corporation for the project.

This will be the center of the Mansfield Innovation Corridor with one-million square feet of master-planned community developed in phases, offering 240,000 square feet of Class A+ offices/collaborative space, retail, corporate residence together with parks, trails, education, innovation hub, and corporate headquarters.

“This is an exciting start to realize the vision for an innovation corridor and will promote regional economic development and stimulate business and commercial activity,” said Mansfield Mayor Michael Evans. The MIC Project is expected to break ground in the Spring of 2024 and Phase 1 which includes Class A+ offices will be open by the summer of 2025.


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