The Mall Area Redevelopment TIF District unites investment in the City's two legacy indoor malls into one of the nation's largest urban redevelopment projects. By combining the Valley View-Galleria district in North Dallas with Southern Dallas' Southwest Center Mall into one district, the Mall Area Redevelopment TIF will help to ensure an orderly and expedited redevelopment of these two premier gateway locations. TIF funds will assist with the provision of public infrastructure improvements that stimulate private investment and the creation of mixed-income housing.
Mall Area Redevelopment TIF District Map
Mall Area Redevelopment TIF District Sub-districts
The Montfort-IH 635 Sub-district, anchored by the former Valley View Center site and the modern Galleria Dallas, is located in the center of North Dallas at the interchange of the recently reconstructed Interstate 635 (LBJ Freeway) and the Dallas North Tollway. Development in the six hundred (600) acre district is underway, following the adoption of the 2013 Valley View-Galleria Area Plan and the subsequent adoption of PD 887, the Valley View-Galleria Special Purpose District, the City's largest form-based zoning code. The thirty-year vision includes substantial redevelopment of many of the properties with increased densities and a signature park.
The Westmoreland-IH 20 Sub-district is the properties comprising Red Bird Mall, a 1.2 million sq. ft. indoor mall at Interstate 20 and US Highway 67 (CF Hawn Freeway). The largest retail center in southern Dallas County, the mall was the focus of a 2009 Urban Land Institute Advisory Services Panel report, calling for a phased mixed-use development to gradually replace part of the mall. In 2016, the Dallas City Council approved a development agreement with a new local ownership group to begin the redevelopment process at Red Bird.
Creation Date: May 14, 2014
Expiration Date: December 31, 2044 or when the budget of $182.5 million (2014 dollars) is collected