Developer receives Alright to completely transform Arlington’s Rolling Hills Country Club into households
Ideas to construct hundreds of homes on what employed to be the web site of Arlington’s oldest region club are going forward.
Dallas-based Provident Realty Advisors received approval from the Arlington Metropolis Council on Tuesday to rezone the 96.5-acre Rolling Hills Place Club that closed this summer season to make way for a walkable, city-infill venture with 220 single-spouse and children properties and industrial house.
The club at the corner of North Cooper Avenue and East Lamar Boulevard has operated for 68 many years and hosted tournaments like the Texas Women’s Open up.
Provident has been pursing the 96.5-acre internet site for almost 15 a long time and acquired it in a offer declared in August. The region club struggled to keep users and to compete with a lot larger sized and additional elaborate golf equipment in more recent parts of Tarrant County, in accordance to land-use guide Masterplan’s web page.
Membership fell from 500 to 83 as customers aged and stopped taking part in golfing or died, the Fort Value Star-Telegram described in June.
Rylan Yowell of Provident Realty Advisors claimed Provident was attracted to the website for its access to work opportunities and its locale alongside Interstate 30.
“It’s a single of the premier infill tasks that has strike the industry in current occasions,” Yowell stated.
The company currently has been approached by homebuilders for the single-household portion of the website, which will be on the northern 70 acres. Builders have not nonetheless been finalized, but Yowell mentioned the builders assortment from massive creation builders to semi-customized builders.
The approximately 30 acres to the south will be combined-use and could consist of industrial house, senior dwelling, townhomes, a hotel or retail, together with grocery, but no residences.
“What turned the tide, in phrases of us versus other suiters on the home, was that we had been able to promptly from the get-go dedicate to not creating multifamily,” Yowell stated. “Arlington took a stance — they did not want any additional multifamily, in particular on this website.”
Landry Burdine, Austin Reilly and Josh Watson of Land Advisors Organization’s Dallas-Fort Worth business office represented the site’s former proprietors in the deal.
“Provident Realty Advisors won an intensive level of competition for the web-site and will be a great steward of the house as it gets a great blended-use advancement,” Burdine reported in a statement in August. “It was bittersweet for me to be involved in the sale and best closure of the club as I grew up mastering how to play golfing there in my childhood.”