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Trinsic awarded 325-unit zoning approval for transit-related apartment complex

Plano Cheerfully Approves 325-Unit Rental Community on DART Line

Sounds like the zoning process that secured Trinsic Residential’s right to build 325 multifamily units, was not a difficult undertaking. The City of Plano was thrilled someone came along. “This [plot of land] has been an eyesore for a long time,” Plano Mayor John Muns said. “[Trinsic] came up with a great idea. This is a welcome opportunity to continue to make downtown Plano a really great place for people to come, enjoy and live.”

Besides cleaning up an eyesore, the site will also serve as a transit-oriented development due to its proximity to the CityLine/Bush Dallas Area Rapid Transit Station (DART) and the planned 12th Street Silver Line Station. 

The complex is also set to feature a parking structure between the residential units and SH 190, and 10%-20% of the development must be active open space, such as dog parks, playgrounds or other amenities.



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