Trinity Groves. At the base of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, just one mile west of the Dallas Central Business District, sits this one of a kind development. A visionary urban revitalization project that is transforming the Dallas landscape and quickly becoming the city’s most unique development opportunity.
Trinity Groves has come to encompass over 100 acres of infill real estate. In 2012, the development took flight on the success of our unique Restaurant Incubator Program, which has given life to 15 dining concepts and the budding entrepreneurs behind them.
This project has become the envy of cities across the United States, serving as a catalyst for attracting hundreds of thousands of visitors each year to a once-blighted area. Because of this, Trinity Groves is quickly expanding to become a true live, work, play destination unlike anything this region has seen before.
“Well you know, every once in a while, something amazing happens to a city. It grows in a way like you didn’t expect it to grow. And Trinity Groves has done that for Dallas because it has pushed us beyond the bridge into West Dallas and people are understanding what it can be. Bringing so many people together.” – Mayor Rawlings
But this is only the beginning. With entitlement support from the city, allowing for over 9 million square feet of construction with no height restrictions, the sky is the limit.
Trinity Groves continues to evolve and will soon be home to a best-in-class international boutique hotel, 1000 multi-family residential units, and office buildings with unsurpassed views of downtown Dallas.
Trinity Groves also offers easy access from all major highways, airports and area attractions – including the Central Business District, the Dallas Arts District, the American Airlines Center, Klyde Warren Park and the Trinity River Park.
This development is one of the last remaining pieces of real estate in the City of Dallas where you can truly be in the heart of it all and shape the future of this thriving community.
Be part of Dallas. Be part, of Trinity Groves.