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(Alexandra Olivia/ Special Contributor) The master plan for the Stockyards is ambitious. It includes taking the dilapidated Mule Barns and turning them into 180,000 square feet of restaurant, shopping and office space. The overall plan for the 70-acre development also calls for a new hotel along Marine Creek, an animal exhibition area, office space and areas set aside for residential units. Brad Hickman, who took control of the family holdings after his father died in 2014, formed a partnership with California-based Majestic Realty Group to lead the effort. The city of Fort Worth approved $26 million in incentives for the project. At the same time, however, Murrin and his son have voiced concern about Hickman's vision for the Stockyards, a place where they own other properties that are being redeveloped. Murrin, along with Jury and Concho Minick, spoke out against the initial zoning changes to help move the Stockyards redevelopment down the trail, saying they were concerned about the compatibility of residential housing with the entertainment district, parking and involvement of other Stockyards stakeholders. "I have been like a lot of other people in the Stockyards blindsided by the time schedule the council has chosen for this zoning request," Murrin said in July 2014. Murrin, a former Fort Worth City Councilman, is commonly referred to as the mayor of the Stockyards.
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