A walkable neighborhood transforms the site of an old mall in this Fort Worth suburb

By Rick Mauch — December 19, 2022

The site of the old North Hills Mall, an eyesore for years after it closed in 2004, is experiencing a rebirth as City Point, with homes, restaurants and shops on the way.

The project has been recognized by the International Economic Development Council as an example of a successful major mall redevelopment. When complete it will be home to 2,500 people who desire a central location and low-maintenance lifestyle close to services.

The mall was razed in 2007, and the vacant land and old parking lots stood out along Boulevard 26 near Northeast Loop 820 until City Hall opened in 2016. City leaders envisioned the 180,000-square-foot municipal building would be a catalyst for development.

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