An Update on the Economic Benefits of the Trinity River Vision Project

by User Not Found | Apr 02, 2015



In 2006 The Center for Economic Development and Research at the University of North Texas  conducted a study to determine the economic impact of the Trinity River Vision Project. A lot has changed since then so it seemed like a great time to update those numbers. WOW what an increase we saw! Check out their findings below:

The Center for Economic Development and Research at the University of North Texas projected that construction and anticipated development-related construction will generate an estimated $7.9 billion in national economic activity . Once complete, the businesses that will occupy these spaces at the projected 40-year build-out are estimated to employ more than 29,600 full time workers and contribute over $3.7 billion in annual economic activity to the regional economy.