AllianceTexas, developed by Hillwood – a Perot Company, is a 26,000-acre master-planned, mixed-use community located in north Fort Worth. AllianceTexas offers a variety of commercial real estate options, including new industrial, office and retail space. Anchored by the multi-modal inland port known as the Alliance Global Logistics Hub, AllianceTexas is home to more than 480 companies, over 48,000 employees and integrated home options for any budget and lifestyle.
By Todd Short – COO, YTexas
November 16, 2018
FORT WORTH – November 13, 2018 /YTEXAS/ – Hillwood president Mike Berry hosted YTexas in Fort Worth at The Barn at Circle T Ranch on Tuesday, November 13th. An absolutely stunning and well-appointed structure, The Barn captured the imagination of all in attendance.
YTexas CEO Ed Curtis kicked off the event by giving a brief overview of the evolution of YTexas and its mission to build a statewide network of CEOs that are focused on sustained economic growth. YTexas has built its reputation on projects devoted to education, workforce development, corporate relocation and charitable contribution.
Betsy Price – Mayor, City of Fort Worth
Bill Thornton – CEO, Fort Worth Chamber
Robert Sturns – Economic Development Director, City of Fort Worth
Eddie Reeves – Board Member, DFW Airport
Chris Wallace – CEO, North Texas Commission
Joe May – President, Dallas Community College District
Robbie Briggs – CEO, Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty
Maher Maso – Principal, Ryan
Donnie Nelson – President of Basketball Operations, Dallas Mavericks
Rene Dankwerth – General Manager, RECARO Aircraft Seating Americas LLC
Claire Cramer – Strategic Growth, WeWork
Anel Mercado – Executive Director, Read Fort Worth
Darien George – CEO, Mackenzie Eason
Jeremiah Quarles, CEO – Q Development Partners
Mike Berry took to the podium to discuss the origin of AllianceTexas, a 26,000-acre master-planned mixed use development. “The initial project was the Fort Worth Alliance Airport and its anchor pieces being the American Airlines maintenance base and the big Fed Ex air freight hub,” said Berry. “The development has generated approximately $70 billion in economic impact, creating nearly 50,000 jobs.”
The master-planned, multi-use development offers a multitude of commercial and residential environments, including aviation, corporate campus, education, industrial/flex, inland port, office,retail and residential.
Diversified Project Environments:
Betsy Price - Mayor, City of Fort Worth
Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price highlighted the many factors that are bringing Fort Worth to the forefront of corporate relocation. “Fort Worth is currently the 15th largest city in the nation. By the 2020 census it is likely that Fort Worth may rank as high as 12 or 13.” Mayor Price goes on to say, “Fort Worth has 70,000 undeveloped acres of land – more than Plano, Frisco, McKinney and Allen combined. This represents opportunity for economic development.”
Robert Sturns, Economic Development Director, City of Fort Worth
Robert Sturns’ growth strategy for Fort Worth focuses on the workforce development pipeline and early education planning. Keeping the young talent local to Fort Worth is key to maintaining sustained growth.
Robbie Briggs - CEO, Briggs Freeman Sotheby's International Realty
Robbie Briggs suspects that there will be announcements of large corporate relocations to the Metroplex as a result Amazon choosing Virginia and New York for HQ2. He feels that Fort Worth and AllianceTexas are aligned and ready for such growth.
AllianceTexas Corporate Residents
The 26,000-acre AllianceTexas development is unparalleled in its vision of a dynamic and diversified community.
The project’s foundation is the Alliance Global Logistics Hub, offering inland port transportation options via one of the nation’s largest intermodal yards, two Class I rail lines, the world’s first industrial airport, and connecting state and interstate highways. Stemming from this strong infrastructure system are corporate campuses, office complexes and tech centers, destination retail and entertainment venues, residential housing, apartments, schools, churches and community shopping.
AllianceTexas is the perfect location for a variety of corporate relocation or expansion needs. Over 488 companies call AllianceTexas home. To inquire about options, email us at email@example.com
Land – Abundant land options are available within the AllianceTexas development in a variety of locations. Land sale and build-to-suit options are available for corporate residents. Many sites are pad ready with zoning in place and infrastructure readily accessible. See map of available land.
Office – The office market at AllianceTexas offers more than 4 million square feet of corporate campus, Class A office and flex space. Whether needs are for a large corporate campus, single or multi-tenant office or small office space, AllianceTexas can accommodate. See map of available office
Retail – Several unique retail centers are available within the 26,000-acre AllianceTexas® development that provide needed services to a variety of customers. With an abundance of daytime professionals and a growing residential market, AllianceTexas is an excellent location for shopping, dining, entertainment and business services. See map of available retail
Industrial Flex – Companies seeking commercial industrial or flex space will find numerous opportunities within Alliance. Existing spec space and build-to-suit options are both readily available. The size and scope of the Alliance project also enables flexibility. Hillwood works with customers to identify the ideal location suitable for the company’s operational needs. See map of available Industrial Flex
Global Logistics Hub – Centrally located in the United States, the 26,000-acre AllianceTexas development is anchored by the Alliance Global Logistics Hub, one of the world’s premier inland ports. The Alliance Global Logistics Hub offers strategic multi-modal transportation access, See map of availability in the Global Logistics hub