As much as I hate to see the remaining prairie land surrounding Fort Worth get paved over, sooner or later empty land on the west side of Fort Worth will (likely) wind up developed, potentially influenced by development in the Walsh Ranch area.
The Team Ranch area, located next to the intersection of Interstates 20 and 820, appears as if it might be a likely location for future development. Convenient access to the freeway network would allow automobile-based commuters to easily leave the development and travel to work elsewhere in the city, and would provide easy access for visitors to patronize businesses in the area. Furthermore, the railroad tracks along Aledo Road could be retrofitted to permit passenger rail traffic in the future as well, potentially allowing for transit-oriented development to take place here as well.
Based on this information, I decided to create a vision as to how I might develop this area, if I were the one to make the development decisions. Notice that I have dedicated a large portion of this vision to mixed-use developments (red and black zones on the map, with red zones being denser than the black zones). Most visitors to the development (those who do not live or work there) would be visiting the red-zone mixed-use developments, where shopping, dining, and entertainment options would be available. Black-zone mixed use areas would focus less on retail than the red zones, with the possible exception of areas near primary pedestrian and automobile routes; most black zone development would be comprised of multi-family residential and offices. Furthermore, much of single-family neighborhood areas (as well as the multi-family zone on the map) are within walking distance of a mixed-use development.
The areas adjacent to RM 2871 are more automobile-oriented than the other areas. More traditional suburban shopping centers and corporate office campuses could be located here, if only to please tenants that prefer such developments over more dense, urban, mixed-use developments.