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Evans & Rosedale Urban Village Request for Expressions of Interest (RFEI)

Finalist chosen for the Evans & Rosedale Urban Village

Public meeting: Monday, June 24

A workshop is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Monday, June 24, in room 1111 of the Tarrant County Public Health Facility, 1101 S. Main St., for representatives from Hoque Global to meet with the area's residents and business owners. Representatives from Hoque Global and the City of Fort Worth will provide an update on the revised Evans & Rosedale Urban Village site plan, the project's current status, and the project's timeline and development process.

Hoque Global proposal

Hoque Global has been selected as the master developer for Evans & Rosedale Urban Village.

View the proposal

Hoque Global has worked on several projects in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, including the West 7th area of Fort Worth, and the SoGood District south of downtown Dallas.

Now that Hoque Global has been selected as the master developer for the Evans & Rosedale Urban Village, developer representatives will meet with the community at 6:30 p.m. April 29 at Van Zandt-Guinn Elementary, 600 Kentucky Ave.

A final recommendation will be sent to the Fort Worth Local Development Corporation Board, the Fort Worth Housing Finance Corporation Board, and City Council this summer.

Previous information about the Evans & Rosedale RFEI

Design guidelines

The following design guidelines have been drafted specifically for the Evans & Rosedale Urban Village in past planning and community engagement efforts. Many of these guidelines are still recommended for the urban village; however, their use or modification should be appropriate for today’s market.

Because the properties are zoned NS (Near Southside), the Near Southside Design Guidelines will apply.

Plans and information

Most recent opinion polls

Area incentives

Economic and demographic information

City of Fort Worth information

Transportation planning

Trinity Metro Master Plan

Texas Wesleyan


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This area is zoned mainly Mixed Use (MU-1) or NS) with form-based codes. Some parcels are zoned Planned Development.

“MU-1”: Higher density, mixed-use, pedestrian-oriented development for designated mixed-use growth centers. Low-intensity mixed-use and urban villages, so as to concentrate a variety of housing types among neighborhood-serving commercial and institutional uses. MU-1 is encouraged in the central city. Maximum height 3-5 stories.

“NS” Near Southside: High density, mixed-use, pedestrian-oriented development for designated area south of Downtown. Subject to review by Urban Design Commission. Bars and Light Industrial uses prohibited in NS/T4R.

Planned developments

Other economic development and neighborhood entities