The Berry/Riverside village is nestled below the historic Rolling Hills neighborhood at the intersection of E. Berry Street and Riverside Drive in southeast Fort Worth in Council District 8. This village is envisioned as a bustling and vibrant mixed-use urban center that includes a full-service supermarket, national and local restaurants, and family entertainment.
Developer Vertex Asset Partners, L.P. plans to redevelop the former Oak Brook Mall site, located at the northeast corner at the intersection of E. Berry Street and Riverside Drive, into neighborhood serving retail development to complement the new Sierra Vista subdivision and existing neighborhoods.
The Fort Worth Transportation Authority (The T) plans to construct a bus transit plaza on E. Berry Street near Riverside Drive. The bus transit plaza will be partially funded by a $400,000 grant from the North Central Texas Council of Governments and will include pedestrian linkages to nearby residential and commercial areas.
In 2006, the Berry/Riverside village received an $823,571 federal grant to undertake a community driven planning process that resulted in a City Council adopted master plan that will help guide future redevelopment, and streetscape improvements along E. Berry Street between Yuma and the bridge at sycamore creek. The streetscape’s design phase is scheduled to be complete in December 2010 with construction estimated to begin in spring 2011.
Several stakeholder and advocacy organizations exists in the neighborhood and include the Glencrest Civic League and Southeast Fort Worth, Inc., a non-profit redevelopment corporation.
- Streetscape project status
- Master plan
- NEZ designation
- Tax Increment Financing (TIF) District
- New Sierra Vista subdivision planned 232 single-family affordable homes built by History Maker Homes.
Patrina Newton, 817-392-8068.
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