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Arlington Highlands

Arlington Highlands

This 750,000 SF project is located on 80-acres fronting I-20 at Matlock Road and is the premier retail development in the City of Arlington. All phases of this development are now complete and open for business. Arlington Highlands offers the premier combination of a lifestyle center and a traditional power center in the DFW Metroplex, including an exciting mix of junior anchors, local boutiques, national lifestyle retailers, and over twenty-five great restaurants.

ADDRESS:

NEQ I-20 and Matlock Road
Arlington, Texas 76001

Property Info

Type of Center:
Lifestyle Center
Size:
750,000 SF
Available Square Footage:
1,474 SF - 40,000 SF
Lease Rate Min:
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Traffic Counts:
I-20: 244,538 VPD Matlock: 67,823 VPD

CONTACT

Alex Johnson

PHONE:
214.572.8467
EMAIL:
ajohnson@theretailconnection.net
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John Mathes

PHONE:
214.572.8418
EMAIL:
jmathes@theretailconnection.net
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SITE PLAN

AREA AERIAL

AERIAL

DEMOGRAPHICS

  1 3 5
POPULATION 11,356 130,166 340,153
% EDUCATED
POPULATION GROWTH -0.2% -0.2% 0.0%
DAYTIME POPULATION 11,214 83,218 204,686
TOTAL HOUSEHOLDS 3,733 45,164 117,384
MEDIAN AGE
AVERAGE HH INCOME $54,623 $64,072 $68,943
MEDIAN HH INCOME $45,670 $51,566 $55,605
% OWNER OCCUPIED 57.4% 59.3% 62.1%
% HH W/ INCOME > $75
POSTAL COUNTS

TENANTS

Please visit ARLINGTONHIGHLANDS.COM for a complete list of stores.

Top Facts:

Dominant open-air, regional retail destination serving the thriving South Arlington submarket of Dallas - Fort Worth.
Total GLA: 737, 331 square feet, built on an assemblage of 4 parcels totalling 80 acreas.
The shopping center was built on two phases, the first phase was 630,000 SF and the second phase was and additional 107,000 SF
Carefully crafted site plan and excellent construction quality created a desirable family-oriented setting and a true sense of place.
Selling price in 2013 was one of the highest sales for an open-air property in the U.S.
The development took the form of a unique Hybrid Center, combining the elements of both a Power Center, comprised of big-box tenants, with those of a Lifestyle Center, made up of specialty retailers and restaurants amidst a city park adn pedestrian-oriented plaza. Once fully built-out, the shopping ceter accommodated over 100 retailers.

Arlington Highlands Development Overview

Arlington Highlands Project Overview