With a growing millennial population and a proximity to some of the city’s most affluent neighborhoods, The Hill Shopping Center was in prime position for a reinvention. The 16-acre, aging shopping center received a modern and eclectic makeover. Once a very auto-heavy center, Phase I of the project will turn the center into a walkable place with a lush native landscape and pockets of amenities for restaurants and retailers. With tenants like Treehouse, the landscape mirrors the eco-friendly home improvement store by using native grasses, shrubs, and trees, rainwater collection, and water efficient irrigation. Pacheco Koch provided traffic engineering, landscape architecture, civil engineering, and land surveying services.
Location Dallas, Texas Year 2018
The Hill: Bringing a 1970s shopping center into the 21st century.