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High-rise under construction near Dallas' Knox Street





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Developer Southern Land Co. is building its 20-story residential tower on North Central Expressway at Oliver Street.

The 310-unit building is just a few blocks from the booming Knox Street district and is east of Highland Park. Building permits say that the tower will cost almost $71 million.

Southern Land representatives say the building will open in early 2020. It replaces two small office buildings that were previously on the site. The development has been in the works for almost two years.

The North Central Expressway apartment tower Southern Land is building is one of almost a dozen new high-rise rental projects in the Dallas area.

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Good to see thoughtfully-planned townhomes in Dallas.


Sylvan|Thirty Developer Adding a Third Piece in West Dallas




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Local developer Oaxaca Interests LLC broke ground the second week of January on a 16-unit townhome development in West Dallas.

This latest project, located at 707 West Commerce Street, is only two blocks north of Oaxaca Interests’ flagship Sylvan|Thirty development.

Oaxaca Interests President Brent Jackson worked with the architects of Far+Dang on what he describes as a “foward-thinking approach to design.”

“Known for their incredible use of space and natural light, the duo’s progressive and contemporary design aesthetic falls perfectly in line with our vision for 707,” Jackson said in a prepared statement.

The landscape architecture firm Hocker Design Group was brought on to create the landscaping and hardscaping details. This includes a generous 15-foot wide sidewalk with streetscaping along West Commerce Street.

Unit sizes range from 1,380 to 1,510 square feet and will start at $324,000.



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Dallas' Deep Ellum is getting another rental community, with 336 apartments




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Developers have started construction on another apartment community in Dallas' hot Deep Ellum District.

Dallas-based Stillwater Capital is building the 336-unit project on Hall Street just east of Baylor Scott & White Medical Center. The 5-story development is going up on about four acres of land previously occupied by old industrial buildings.

Called The Crosby, the new apartment community will include a 3,000-square-foot shared office space, rooftop deck and lounge, fitness center and a dog park.

"The first units will be available spring 2019," said Stillwater Capital's Aaron Sherman.




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Bishop Arts project with 246 apartments planned in Oak Cliff




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Dallas-based Exxir Capital has been working on its multi-block development for several years at Bishop Avenue and Melba Street. The project is planned to include apartments, retail and restaurant space and commercial development on several blocks.

Exxir recently received building permits valued at more than $40 million for the first phase which includes 246 apartments.

"We are getting closer," said Exxir's Michael Nazerian. "We are looking at construction on a 50,000-square-foot first retail piece and the apartment piece."

The new buildings would be constructed between Davis Street and Jefferson Boulevard, just south of the historic Bishop Arts retail district. Exxir's project is one of three major developments in the pipeline in that area.

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Grateful the developers worked to preserve the main building. :)


Plans for former Dallas ISD Ross campus show new apartment community




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Developers who are knocking down parts of the former Dallas Independent School District campus on Ross Avenue are saving the central building.

"We're planning to incorporate the interior core of the original building into our leasing office and amenity area," Leon Capital Group managing director David Cocanougher said in a statement. "The balance of the architecture of the new construction will be set back from the existing structure to increase the prominence of the preserved component.

"It also incorporates design that blends the style of the existing structure with the ongoing transformation occurring along Ross Avenue."

In December, Leon Capital filed plans with the city showing the preservation of the central building at the DISD complex, which dates to the 1950s and was added onto and remodeled for decades.

The 2-story mid-century modern building is the most recognizable among the hodge-podge of structures built on the site.

Leon Capital began knocking down parts of the campus this weekend. The developer plans to start construction this summer on a 4-acre luxury rental community it's calling "The Academic."

The developer said it worked with the Dallas Landmark Commission to "identify the most historically relevant aspects of the existing building and to incorporate them into the design.

"As a result, Leon Capital will preserve the main entrance facade and structure of the original building and make it a fully functional aspect of the development," the builder said in a statement.





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New apartments will replace bit of old England in Northwest Dallas




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A new rental community on Northwest Highway is going on up the site of a storied Dallas apartment community. The recently demolished  Sherwood Forest apartments were built in the 1960s in faux historic architecture with an old England theme.

Apartment builder Trinsic Residential Group knocked down the old rental units with their turrets and half-timbered gables and is putting up a modern apartment project, to be called Aura Bluffview.

The new project will have 473 apartments and townhomes designed by Dallas architect GFF.

"We sold off about 3 acres to Green Brick to build for-sale single family homes," said Trinsic Residential's Adam Brown.

Green Brick Partner's Centre Living Homes is one of Dallas' busiest townhome builders with projects throughout the city. Brown said Trinsic's first apartment units on Northwest Highway will be ready late this year.


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Ride the 50-mile urban bike trail as soon as 2021




The Dallas Circuit Trail, also known as The Loop, will cost $56 million and make critical connections in Dallas’ fragmented bike trails. When those are finished, it will create a 50-mile loop that touches all 14 Dallas City Council district.

Real estate executive Jeff Ellerman and oilman Larry Dale came up with the idea because they were frustrated by the city’s trails-to-nowhere. They created the Circuit Trail Conservancy and raised $10 million in private donations, plus millions more from Dallas County and the Regional Transportation Council.

“We’re hard at work on the design component of The Loop,” Ellerman says.

A final design is expected in a year, and the whole project is expected to take up to three-and-a-half years, Ellerman says.

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Dallas had more new apartments than any U.S. metro in 2017




Developers opened more new apartments in the Dallas area than any metro area in the country last year.

Almost 28,000 new rental units opened their doors last year, according to a new report by Richardson-based RealPage, a leading provider of property-management software.

More than 30,000 apartments were still under construction in D-FW at the start of 2018.

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Dallas to get money to extend Bishop Arts streetcar to downtown Omni Hotel



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Dallas will soon have the money to send its streetcar to the front doors of the downtown Omni Hotel.

The City Council is scheduled to vote Wednesday to accept $8 million in state funds to complete a long-planned streetcar extension. The money is left over from the McKinney Avenue trolley extension and the Dallas streetcar's construction.

Currently, the Oak Cliff streetcar runs from the Bishop Arts District to Union Station. City officials hope to break ground on the latest streetcar extension within about a year and hope to cut the ribbon sometime in the summer of 2019.

Eventually, the streetcar line would link to the new $92 million line that is likely to run on Elm and Commerce streets downtown. That project is scheduled to be completed by 2023 and will link the Oak Cliff streetcar and the McKinney Avenue trolley.

"We know there's demand," Garrett said. "That's just giving conventioners and visitors one more option."

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Big plans for a nearly untouched part of downtown:


New gateway to Deep Ellum? Downtown Dallas' sleepy east side getting major upgrades




Shawn Todd thinks this forgotten corner of downtown can be Dallas' next reborn neighborhood. He's heading a partnership that's buying about two dozen buildings and land to create a retail and office project that will cater to business entrepreneurs and creative and tech companies.

"We view these buildings as true gems," he said. "We want to preserve these buildings and compliment it with new development."

Todd — whose credits include renovation of downtown's historic Post Office and redevelopment of the I.M. Pei-designed One Dallas Center — plans to remodel and repurpose buildings that once housed auto dealerships, parts warehouses and the like.

Included in his pending acquisition is the pie-shaped Magnolia Oil building at Jackson and Chavez that during the 1960s and 1970s housed radio station KLIF.

Across the street, he's buying the old Cadillac showroom that still has the automaker's emblem etched into the floor.

In all, Todd Interests is buying  some 200,000 square feet of buildings — about 40,000 square feet of which is occupied.

"We are buying 22 buildings from four different owners," Todd said.

Both preservationists and downtown economic development groups are encouraged by Todd's plans.

"This is one of the most remarkable collections of historic buildings in downtown," said Katherine Seale, chair of Dallas' Landmark Commission.

"We are fortunate to have a developer amass this type of collection," Seale said. 

"This is going to be a game changer for the eastern end of downtown."

"You have a developer that understands the vision and the value and character of this neighborhood."

Todd Interests is putting together a team to tackle the project. He's partnered with Dallas top chef and restaurateur Nick Badovinus to redevelop the Magnolia Oil/KLIF building with a signature restaurant.

Award-winning Dallas architect Omniplan is working on designs for the district along with landscape architects SWA Group.

The buildings will be remodeled for office and retail space — no residential.

The developers hope to kick off the project immediately and bring the buildings online before the end of this year.

"We think this is a five-year project," Todd said.





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Houseman, Merriman Anderson Architects


  • 258,000+ gross-square-foot building in the heart of Dallas’ urban core
  • Uniquely large size addresses the growing need for housing and parking in the city with 22 levels of residential space and 10 levels of parking
  • Includes a rooftop pool and unparalleled views
  • Small floor plates are complemented by a delicate 22-story energy-efficient curtain-wall system wrapping 3 façades
  • 4,000 gross square feet of ground-floor retail and 210 parking spaces service 190 residential units


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Construction begins on Davis/Vernon restaurants and shops






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Blackwood Developments started construction late last year on a retail strip on West Davis at North Vernon Avenue.

The new building will comprise about 11,000 square feet with space for shops and restaurants, plus about 54 parking spaces behind it.

The project is expected to be completed by the end of this year.

Blackwood also has plans to build eight four-story townhomes on Fouraker, which is the street behind this development, between Vernon and Tyler.

Those also are expected to be finished at the end of this year, with prices starting near $400,000.


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New 309-apartment project planned for Katy Trail condo site in Uptown




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Builder Lincoln Property wants to construct a 309-unit rental community along Carlisle Street in Uptown. The apartments would replace an aging condo complex on the site between Hall and Bowen streets.

But first Lincoln Property will have to get zoning changes for five- and six-story project.

In return for the taller buildings, Hunt said the developers are offering to build new public connections to the Katy Trail, bury power lines and set the buildings back from the popular pedestrian trail.

Lincoln's Katy Trail project still faces opposition, especially from neighbors worried about increases in traffic. The Friends of the Katy Trail group recently withdrew its support for the project, Hunt said. The organization previously had written a letter in support of the development, she said.

Hunt said the buildings would be a minimum of 35 feet away from the trail — farther back than other apartments recently built along the Katy Trail.

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Crescent, Platinum Homes ready final phase of residences at The Ritz-Carlton Dallas




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Dallas-based Crescent Real Estate LLC and luxury home builder Platinum Homes recently formed a partnership to complete the final phase of Regency Row at The Tower Residences at The Ritz-Carlton Dallas.

Construction on the Robert A.M. Stern-designed brownstone-inspired homes is slated to begin this spring.

Goff added it was an easy decision to have Platinum Homes complete the remaining Regency Row homes, which range in size from 5,300 square feet to 6,300 square feet.

Each of the homes facing Olive Street at Cedar Springs Road have private garages, fully-landscaped courtyard entrances and personal elevators from the garages to a rooftop terrace.

Kyle Crews of Dallas-based Allie Beth Allman & Associates is the listing agent for The Tower Residences and Regency Row. The new homes could be priced from $5.5 million to $6.5 million upon completion.

Construction on the homes is slated for completion by this fall.

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On 2/15/2018 at 0:19 AM, Sic'EmBears said:


Your incessant, blatant denunciation of postings on this thread is absolutely pathetic.


I'm just adding context and facts that were otherwise "overlooked." By all means, post corrections if I have misstated anything.  


If you want a forum where only your curated set of "facts" are allowed, you should publish a blog. 


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Foundations are being poured. Priced from $479,900 to the mid $500’s


Caxton Court




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Located of [sic] North Prairie Avenue just southwest of Deere Street, Caxton Court is a truly architecturally distinct community. The Caxton Court Residences are three single-family detached homes offering distinguishing buyers a modern urban home in a natural light filled single-family detached design. These Josh Nimmo designed homes thoughtfully use glass, steel and perforated metal panels to maximize light and privacy in an urban environment. Each residence offers 2,200 air-conditioned square feet, 3 bedrooms, 3 and ½ bathrooms, a separate study, an entry studio that opens up into a gated yard, 2 private balconies and a full-sized two-car garage. 

Caxton Court is a one-of-a-kind custom design by one of the premiere modern architects in Dallas. Material selections were made in concert with interior designer Roz Murphy and AIA award winning architect Josh Nimmo.

The unique and eye-catching design is not at the expense of livability. The open floor plan, bedrooms and bathrooms were designed with the first impression and comfort years later in mind. Standard features such as touch-sensitive faucets in the kitchen, Bosch appliances, hardwood floors, quartz countertops, solid-core doors, tankless waterheaters, Nest thermostats, high-end lighting fixtures, generous closets, and relaxation inspiring six-piece master baths.






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Developer pitching new office project in Dallas' Victory Park




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Developer Hillwood Urban is hunting tenants for a 15-story, 350,000-square-foot office that would be built next door to DART's Victory Park rail station.

Hillwood says the planned building design "gives a nod to Victory Park's industrial past, featuring a classic warehouse feel with a modern twist."

Called 2601 Victory Avenue, the brick, concrete and steel building would be across the street from the American Airlines Center arena.

Dallas architect BOKA Powell designed the building.

A 1-acre park will be built between the office and the DART station.

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Top Turtle Creek site eyed for hotel, residential and office project




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Developers who own a key property just north of Uptown are proposing a high-rise hotel, residential and office complex.

But now Prescott plans to lure a five-star luxury hotel and also build condominiums, apartments and offices on the site near the Mansion on Turtle Creek Hotel.

"We have, with 5.5 acres, one of the last sites large enough on Turtle Creek to create a world-class mixed-use project," said Prescott president Vance Detwiler. 

"We've gotten calls from several luxury hotel brands that are interested in the site."

Detwiler said the property is zoned for office, hotels and multifamily residential construction.

Prescott intends to ask city planners for approvals to make the project about five stories taller than is currently allowed and to remove prohibitions against serving alcohol."




Areas in front of and between the high-rises are being set aside for landscaped plazas and restaurants.

"The extra height we are asking for will allow us to have slimmer, more elegant buildings with more open space," Detwiler said.

Prescott is planning for the hotel to have more than 200 rooms, with 35 to 40 large condos on top.

A separate tower would have rental apartments

And a 15-story office building would go near the back of the property.

Detwiler said construction could start as soon as the end of the year or early 2019 if the developer obtains needed approvals.




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Construction starts on Deep Ellum apartment tower on the edge of downtown Dallas




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StreetLights Residential is building the 26-story, 310-unit Hamilton building on Elm Street just east of downtown. It's part of the mixed-use Epic development.

The brick apartment tower includes ground-floor retail.

The new Hamilton tower will join an office tower — already under construction — and a luxury hotel in the 8-acre project.

Architect Looney Ricks Kiss designed the apartment building.

StreetLights chief operating officer Roger Beless said the first apartments in the tower should be ready by the end of 2019 or early 2020.

The Epic development is a project of Westdale Properties, KDC, StreetLights and Vine Street Ventures. It includes restoration of the historic Knights of Pythias Temple at Elm and Good-Latimer, which was built in 1915.

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Parkland campus redo would be one of the country's largest hospital redevelopments




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Developer Sam Ware intends to revamp the 38-acre vacant hospital campus on Harry Hines Boulevard into a combination of housing, hotel rooms, and retail and office space.

Ware is working with Dallas architect HKS to come up with designs for the more than 1.2 million square feet of buildings.

Stouffer said the Parkland hospital site couldn't be in a better location for a redevelopment — it's next door to two stations for transit lines and surrounded by one of the state's largest medical districts with the new Parkland Hospital and UT Southwestern Medical Center.

Ware's plans for the Parkland complex also include apartments, senior housing and condos. Several small buildings in the heart of the campus will be knocked down for a park.

"We are trying to create green space," Stouffer said.

More than 600 "micro apartments" would be designed for medical district workers who need small, affordable residential units that are about 300 square feet.



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On 6/12/2018 at 7:21 PM, Sic'EmBears said:


This project has been dead for almost two months.





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New Dallas Midtown project has plans for 344 apartments




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Dallas apartment builder Mill Creek Residential Trust has filed building permits with the City of Dallas to construct a 344-unit apartment community at 5327 LBJ Freeway just east of the Galleria.

While work to demolish and redevelop the centerpiece Valley View mall in the area has slowed, other developers are pushing ahead with projects along the north side of LBJ.

Dallas-based Atlantic Hotels soon will open its new AC Hotel and Residences Inn with 256 rooms next door to Mill Creek's project.

Investor and developer PegasusAblon has purchased a construction site on Noel Road just north of the Galleria with plans for a mixed-use project.

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Huge data center campus on the way in Richardson




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EdgeCore Internet Real Estate plans to build the 900,000-square-foot tech campus on more than 33 acres on Shiloh Road at Bush Turnpike. The two office and data center buildings in the project will each have 358,000 square feet, according to details filed with the city of Richardson.


A new electric substation would also be constructed on a portion of the site.

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Downtown Dallas' landmark Davis Building getting a $45 million redo




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The 20-story Main Street tower, built in 1926 as the headquarters for Republic National Bank, was converted to apartments in 2003.

Mycon Construction says it's been hired to renovate the 250,000-square-foot residential and retail building at 1309 Main St. over the next 15 months.

Dallas architect 5G Studio Collaborative — the same designer who did downtown's Omni Hotel — is the project architect.

The renovation includes upgrades to the retail space in the building and conversion of the 183 loft-style apartments into 215 luxury rental units.

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New apartment and retail building will overlook planned downtown Dallas park




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Centurion American Development Group — which last year completed the $250 million redevelopment of the landmark Statler Hotel — is building the six-story apartment and retail building a block away at Harwood and Jackson streets.

The building will sit atop an underground parking garage that is being built and will also serve the Statler and the historic Dallas Central Library building, now occupied by The Dallas Morning News.

Developer Mehrdad Moayedi said 130 residential units are planned in the new building, which will face the planned Harwood Park.

He said it's too early to decide if the units will be for sale or for rent.

The ground floor of the building will have 5,000 to 6,000 square feet of retail space, plus a leasing office and a gym for residents.

Dallas architect 5G Studio Collaborative designed Centurion American's new building.

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Another office building in the works at Billingsley's Cypress Waters




Billingsley has filed building plans with the city of Dallas for a five-story, 250,000-square-foot office building at 3200 Olympus Boulevard.

The five-story office project will be part of a mixed-use development called The Sound.

"We are starting construction in July and plan for it to complete Fall of 2019," said Carey Morgan, director of marketing at Billingsley. "We'll have 18-foot ceilings on first floor and balconies on every floor to take advantage of the beautiful lake views."

BOKA Powell is the architect.



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Downtown Dallas' 113-year-old Purse Building getting modern office makeover with rooftop deck




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"We are excited to finally get started," Ragan said. "The demolition will take four to five months, and from there we move straight into construction."

The project should take 15 to 18 months to wrap up.

Renovation plans for the 70,000-square-foot brick and timber building include a rooftop deck.

Architexas is the preservation architect for the project, which will receive state and federal landmark tax credits.

Built in 1905, the Purse Building was originally used as offices and warehouse space for the Parlin and Orendorff Implement Co., which sold agricultural equipment.







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Northeast Dallas shopping center getting a major facelift




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The Hillside Village retail center at the northeast corner of Mockingbird Lane and Abrams Road was built in the mid 1950s.

Northwood Retail said it plans to remodel the 169,229-square-foot shopping center in five phases.

"The renovation will incorporate the installation of modern design elements," Northwood Retail said in a statement. "Additionally, Hillside Village will develop a new and improved parking lot and sidewalk system allowing for easier traffic flow and pedestrian accessibility.

Gensler is the architect.

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Victory Park's new tallest tower will cost more than $138 million



(Mandarin Oriental's 2007 43-floor proposal)


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The 39-story skyscraper will be constructed across the street from American Airlines Center arena and next door to the W Dallas Victory Hotel & Residences. 

According to Hines' building permit information filed with the city, the project at 3099 Olive Street will cost more than $138 million. The residential tower will include 334 apartments and 9,500 square feet of retail space.

Hines representatives so far aren't talking about the project. But word of the huge building surfaced last month in city planning documents.

The apartment tower is to be built on a site that in 2007 was to be used for the 43-story Mandarin Oriental Hotel & Residences. But the recession hit before work on the tower began and the project never got off the ground.

Victory Park's current tallest high-rise — the 31-story W Hotel — opened next door to the building site in 2006.

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Construction ready to start on Bishop Arts project in Dallas' north Oak Cliff




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The 11-acre Bishop Arts  mixed-use project at Bishop Avenue and Ninth Street has been in the works for years and is just south of the historic Bishop Arts commercial district.

Now longtime property owner Exxir Capital is pushing ahead with residential, retail and public spaces in the second phase of the project.

"Everything is in place, and it breaks ground next week," said developer Michael Nazerian. "It's been over a decade in the making, and we are very proud of it."

Construction will include 246 apartments on a public plaza with 12,000 square feet of retail. It will join the 42,000 square feet of retail and office space that Exxir Capital is already building across the street.

Most of the buildings will be between two and four floors. Two-story arched entryways to the development will face the street. 

The project will have more than 500 spaces of public parking.

The project will use only 60 percent of the square footage permitted for the site, so there is more open space available, Nazerian said.

"We have put design and human-scale experience first, working with artists and craftsmen."

Nazerian said his firm plans to be a long-term player in Bishop Arts.



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New office and retail high-rise gets green light on Dallas' Knox Street




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Developers have gotten the green light to proceed with the largest new building project in Dallas' popular Knox Street district.

Longtime Knox Street merchant Weir's Furniture and real estate firm Four Rivers Capital plan to build a new retail and office tower on the furniture store's Knox Street site.

Dallas' City Council and plan commission have given full approval for the redevelopment.

The 297,000-square-foot high-rise at Knox and Travis streets will include 250,000 square feet of offices, a new store for Weir's and additional retail.

Weir's will relocate temporarily when construction starts — probably in early 2019.

The building — just a block from the Katy Trail — will take 18 to 24 months to complete.

The developers hope to have the work coincide with construction the city plans to improve the street and sidewalks along Knox.

As part of the new development, the historic Soda Fountain building — for decades the Highland Park Pharmacy — will be preserved on the corner.



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Work underway to redo Dallas' landmark Cabana Hotel




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Work is moving ahead to turn save a landmark Dallas hotel.

The 56-year-old former Cabana Motor Hotel on Stemmons Freeway on the edge of downtown Dallas is being restored by Centurion American Development Group.

Centurion American CEO Mehrdad Moayedi said demo work at the 10-story Cabana is wrapping up.

"We are doing the environmental clean up - all the asbestos is out," Moayedi said. "In another week we will be done."

"We are demoing stuff that is not historic," Moayedi said.

Moayedi plans to convert the old hotel to 262 new rooms plus restaurants.

"It will be a combination of suites and 2-story cabana rooms," he said. "We are trying to get our historic plan approved in Austin."

Centurion American also intends to build a 140,000-square-foot apartment tower on top of the old hotel garage.

It was constructed by Las Vegas developer Jay Sarno, who also built Caesar's Palace and Circus Circus.



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Luxury hotel on the way in Dallas' Uptown area near Crescent




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One of the Uptown area's oldest and largest real estate developments plans to add a hotel.

The 20-story hotel tower would be built on a vacant half block at the corner of McKinnon and Moody streets, just west of the Crescent and Tower Residences Ritz-Carlton condo building.

The hotel site is directly across the street from the original Rolex Building - Harwood International's first project in the neighborhood, which opened in 1984.

A Harwood International spokesman said the real estate firm would soon provide details of the timing of its hotel project.

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DFW Airport to spend $35 million to add 125-room extended-stay hotel





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The DFW International Airport plans to add another Hyatt brand hotel as part of its efforts to improve customer experience at the nation's fourth-largest airport.

The hotel, Hyatt House, will be located next to the Hyatt Place DFW hotel in the Southgate Plaza. Construction will likely start by early spring 2019, and airport aims to open the hotel in early 2020.

The new hotel will feature 125 rooms on the second to sixth floors with 99,000 square feet of total floor area. It will also feature meeting and board rooms, a pool, a fitness center and a restaurant with a bar.

The projected annual tax revenue for the Hyatt House in 2022 is $280,080 to Dallas and Fort Worth and $140,040 to Euless.  

Southgate Plaza is a 32-acre mixed-use development which features the airportÂ’s corporate headquarters, an urgent care emergency room, and a Starbucks. A U.S. Postal Service office is under construction. 

The airport plans to expand the plaza to include more retail, office and restaurant sites.

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Razor-Sharp Residential Project Headed to Dallas Arts District




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A new mixed-use residential project by developer Matthews Southwest in the Dallas Arts District is planned under the obvious name of 2400 Bryan Street.

The architecture firm submitted its concept to the city’s Urban Design Peer Review office.

Where it faces Bryan Street, Perkins+Will’s drawings show a seven-story building with retail and tenant amenity space on the ground floor, along with a community deck above the seventh floor. Where it faces the highway frontage, the building rises to 15 stories

The two elevations jump from a 70-foot height to 160 feet.

The gross areas total 244,774 square feet for the residential tower.

There are 230 apartment units planned, half of them reserved for low-income tenants.

Matthews Southwest submitted an application for the project to the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs, seeking a 9 percent Housing Tax Credit.





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