Lifted this map from the UCR website. Shows available retail space and the potential for dense development in the Knox area.
Most notable changes:
DWR has moved out
Chili’s has moved out
Sarofim is now looking at a 2017 horizon for the development along Travis
As you’ve probably noticed, many new apartment projects are currently underway in the Knox area. I’ve compiled the list below of projects. Density is coming. With the combination of one and two bedroom apartments, I’m expecting to have about 2,000 new neighbors within the next 18 months. With these new residents come more cars and more people, but also more retail and amenities. With the influx of new residents, developers are adding a lot of new retail like the new Trader Joe’s that has just opened on Cole Ave. I look forward to seeing what new retail will be coming.
208 Units – Avenue H (Hester and McKinney just north of Knox)
80% leased; Mill Creek developed and has now sold to North Carolina investors
165 Units – Armstrong at Knox – Trader Joes – Sarofim/Lincoln Project
212 Units – Aura by Trinsic – Fitzhugh between McKinney and Cole
Exterior mostly completed. Building interior being finished out.
182 Units – Knox Heights by Trammel Crow – Behind (north) of Z-Gallery on Knox
Underground parking completed, podium built, 3rd floor of wood framing in progress.
183 Units – The McKenzie – Across from Javier’s near McKinney and Monticello
Large floor plans. Construction has started.
258 Units – Terraces on the Katy Trail – Cole north of Knox (old saltillo apts on katy trail)
Underground garage is near completed to surface.
270 Units – Oliver and McKinney – by Southern Land
Zoning change approved. Buildings vacated. Utilities disconnected. Abatement underway.
Change is coming to the Knox Street district. Apartments, retail and office developments are underway. A road diet is in order. The MATA Trolley has proposed an extension to Knox. This is a site for Knox residents to stay in the loop on current and proposed changes.