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Uptown Dallas project developer heads to Frisco with new apartments
Steve Brown
October 11, 2016

 

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Stoneleigh Cos. has broken ground on Waterford at Frisco, a 381-unit apartment community north of Main Street market near Toyota Stadium.

 

The 4-story rental community will include 9,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space. The project has community lounges, fitness centers with private workout studios, game and activity rooms, two courtyard pools and outdoor TV and grilling pavilions.

 

"Frisco, Texas is one of the fastest growing and most sought after suburbs of the north Dallas area," Rick Cavenaugh, President of Stoneleigh, said in a statement. He said the project is well located with its "proximity to Legacy West and its burgeoning employment growth."

 

 

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Construction kicks off on $1.5 billion Frisco Station project
Steve Brown
October 18, 2016

 

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"We are doing office first and starting a multi-family project in a few weeks," said Ross Perot Jr., whose Hillwood real estate firm is a partner in the project. 

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"We'll be breaking ground on a regular basis."

 

Frisco Station is planned for 5.5 million square feet of offices, 2,400 apartments, 300,000 square feet of retail, restaurant and entertainment space 650 hotel rooms.

 

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The first 228,000-square-foot office building will open next August and is just across the street from the Cowboy's The Star office, sports, retail and hotel complex.

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It's the first of five office buildings planned on the north side of Warren Parkway.

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And Meyer said Frisco Station's developers are already planning another building if leasing on the first phase takes off.

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"The first 300 units of urban living units start next month," Berry said. "And we'll start three hotels after the first of the year.

 

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Drug firm to add more than 1,000 jobs with new $113M Carrollton campus
Candace Carlisle
October 19, 2016

 

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AmerisourceBergen Specialty Group has decided to consolidate its North Texas workforce within a new $113 million, 40-acre campus in Carrollton, which will also make room for the company to add more than 1,000 employees.

 

The Pennsylvania-based wholesale drug company had been looking for a new regional home for several months until it found a new home at the Offices at Austin Ranch at Parker Road and Plano Parkway in Carrollton.

 

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“This will grow their workforce by a third,” Roy told me. “They will initially bring 1,184 employees to the new facility in 2019 with another 800 employees coming in a second wave in the next two to three years.

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Carrollton expects AmerisourceBergen will employ up to 3,023 workers and the city’s economic development group plans to offer the firm up to $1.9 million in grant money for the workers.

 

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Texas Scottish Rite Hospital unveils new Frisco 40-acre campus
Candace Carlisle
October 19, 2016

 

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Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children began work on its new Frisco campus with a ceremonial groundbreaking on Wednesday, which will bring a new five-story, 345,000-square-foot ambulatory care facility to North Texas.

 

The new facility will be located within 10 acres of a 40-acre tract at the northeast corner of Lebanon Road and the Dallas North Tollway.

 

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The new facility will include a movement science center, occupational therapy center, playing fields, a running and walking trail and a playground park for patients and the community.

 

The ambulatory care facility is slated to open in fall 2018. Dallas-based HKS Inc. is the project architect. The Beck Group of Dallas is the general contractor.

 

 

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Frisco's economic development arm to build new $300M, 216-acre business park
Candace Carlisle
October 27, 2016

 

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The 216-acre business park, called Frisco Park 25, at the northwest corner of Preston Road and Rockhill Parkway (less than a half-mile away from the Dallas North Tollway) is zoned for industrial and office real estate.

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At build out, Frisco EDC expects to have 2.2 million square feet of real estate valued at more than $300 million. Gandy said the economic development agency plans to sell portions of the park off to companies wanting to purchase and own their own real estate.

 

"This allows us to better control the design and development happening in the park," he added.

 

Plans for the park will include a greenbelt and a detention pond. The park will be marketed to corporate and regional headquarters, among other manufacturing, distribution and showroom operations.

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Construction on the roads and utilities into the project are expected to start soon, with the initial phase of buildings getting underway in 2018.

 

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Can Plano campus become 'urban village'? Project would include retail, hotel, apartments
Steve Brown
November 7, 2016

 

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California developers who are spending more than $100 million to revamp the former Texas Instruments campus in Plano plan to bring new housing, retail and hotel space to the project.

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As part of the Legacy Central reboot, Trammell Crow Residential would build 750 apartments in two five-story buildings, plans for the project show.

 

A six-story boutique hotel in the project on the west side of U.S. 75 will contain 125 to 175 rooms.

 

Also, 40,000 to 50,000 square feet of specialty retail and restaurants — including a food hall — will be added in more than a half-dozen buildings on the campus.

 

There are also plans for a 25,000-square-foot fitness center with a large swimming pool.

 

And there will be a large conference center.

 

 

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Developer Craig Hall eyes plan that could double his Frisco office park

 

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The hugely successful Hall Park at Dallas North Tollway and Gaylord Parkway already has more than 2 million square feet of office space.

 

"We are planning for another 3.5 million square feetmaybe more" of construction by building on parking lots and adding garages, Hall said.

 

"We are finishing the master plan now."

 

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Hall said that along with office space, he plans to add apartments, hotel rooms and retail at Hall Park.

 

"We will probably have some multifamily and will probably venture it with somebody else," he said. "We'll probably have a couple of hotels.

 

"I'm excited about the changes we are making in Hall Park," Hall said. "We are dramatically changing the density."

 

 

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High-rise residential building in the works for Irving’s Las Colinas

 

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Legacy Partners - one of the country's top apartment developers - has contracted to purchase a 5-acre site on Las Colinas Boulevard east of State Highway 114.

 

The vacant tract is on the south shore of Lake Carolyn.

 

"The site has lot of lake frontage," said Legacy Partners' Spencer Stuart. "It will be 17 or 18 stories with a great view across the lake and views of downtown Dallas."

 

Stuart said the tower will be surrounded by 4-story apartments in the same development.

 

 

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Carrollton transit-oriented development will include downtown apartments

 

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Stoneleigh Cos. — which is building one of Uptown Dallas' new apartment towers — and Realty Capital will develop the four-story, 234-unit Switchyard apartment community on Broadway Street at College Avenue, just east of Interstate 35E.

 

The planned rental project is across the street from the downtown Carrollton DART commuter rail station. And the site is at the crossroads with the planned Cotton Belt passenger rail line, which will run to Dallas Fort Worth International Airport.

 

"We're looking to break ground in February," Stoneleigh CEO Rick Cavenaugh said.

 

He said construction of the two buildings should take 16 to 18 months. Carrollton's planning and zoning commission recently approved the development.

 

 

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Nearly 1,000 rooms coming to Frisco Station:

 

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NewcrestImage will develop an AC Hotel, Residence Inn and Canopy by Hilton that will break ground next quarter, and a Hyatt Place that will break ground later in 2017.

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The AC Hotel and Residence Inn will have 300 rooms each and the Canopy and Hyatt Place will have 150 rooms each

 

 

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Developer Bill Cawley unveils new $30M office building in Allen's Watters Creek

 

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The three-story, 100,000-square-foot office building could sit on 7.68 acres of land in between Bethany and Legacy drives at Watters Creek along North Central Expressway.

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And Cawley says he expects the proposed office building to do well in the market.


"There's another new building going up by the proposed convention center and everybody is excited about it," Cawley told me. "We want to give them another option."

The Watters Creek location is key because it brings office tenants closer to restaurants and apartments, he said. Ultimately, he said, the two buildings will do well.

 

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McKinney ISD's $69.9 million high school stadium: nation's most expensive?

 

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At $62.8 million, McKinney ISD's new high school stadium was already considered among the most expensive in the country.

 

Now, it might be No. 1 after school board trustees learned last week that higher building costs have pushed the price tag to $69.9 million — $7.1 million more than what voters approved in May.

 

The new price of the 12,000-seat stadium, which includes an attached events center, shocked some trustees. 

 

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Construction on McKinney's stadium is anticipated to begin in September and be completed by fall 2017

 

If work is finished by then, games will be played there that season. McKinney school officials decided not to scale back or postpone the project.

 

 

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2 hours ago, dcdude said:

this looks like a nice project.

 

It is. They will complement the existing brownstones. 

 

David M. Schwarz is the architect. 

 

The Meeting St. brownstones (pictured above) will start around $1MM.  

 

The empty corner lot, 1501 Meeting St., is offered at $840K and can accommodate a 7,500 sqft residence. Below are the renderings.

 

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The Park Ridge Blvd. brownstones will be larger and can accommodate upwards of 7,000 sqft. They will feature underground garages and more prestigious architectural styles.

 

View the elevations here and here.

 

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The Parkview Residences will start at $798K for 1,557 sqft, with the largest unit containing 3,276 sqft for $2.04MM. 

 

Below is a rendering of the Central Ave. entry courtyard. 

 

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International Business Park, Carrollton

 

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International Business Park at Midway and President George Bush Turnpike is a multi-phase office and retail development in Carrollton. The master plan emphasizes the arrival experience in a campus environment with an iconic sculpture that marks the park at the corner between two 4-story buildings.   The stone wall at the entrance of each building is intended to be a 4-story marker that provides visibility from the highway. The louvers at the entrance come down the face of the curtainwall and turn horizontally to infill the canopy.  The louvers also extend from the outside into the lobby, articulating the ceiling of the 2-story space. The louvers above the entry canopy are illuminated to emphasize visibility particularly in the evening. The articulation of window wall and composite metal panel with the punched openings results in an envelope that compositionally changes the paradigm of what a value office building looks like in this market sector.

 

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More retailers announced for Legacy West:

  • Bonobos (DFW's second)
  • Filson (Texas' fourth, DFW's third)
  • Frontgate (Texas' first, company's third full-line store)
  • Peter Millar (Texas' second)
  • Pockets Menswear (DFW's second, Dallas-based)
  • Suit Supply (DFW's second)
  • Warby Parker (DFW's third)
  • West Elm (DFW's second)

 

Previously announced retailers:

  • Coach (DFW's seventh, Plano's second if The Shops at Willow Bend location remains)
  • Johnny Was 
  • Tesla (DFW's fourth)
  • Tommy Bahama (Texas' first)
  • Tumi (DFW's third)
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19 hours ago, Sic'EmBears said:

More retailers announced for Legacy West:

  • Bonobos (DFW's second)
  • Filson (Texas' fourth, DFW's third)
  • Frontgate (Texas' first, company's third full-line store)
  • Peter Millar (Texas' second)
  • Pockets Menswear (DFW's second, Dallas-based)
  • Suit Supply (DFW's second)
  • Warby Parker (DFW's third)
  • West Elm (DFW's second)

 

Previously announced retailers:

  • Coach (DFW's seventh, Plano's second if The Shops at Willow Bend location remains)
  • Johnny Was 
  • Tesla (DFW's fourth)
  • Tommy Bahama (Texas' first)
  • Tumi (DFW's third)

 

Tommy Bahama's first Texas store?  Not even DFW's first.

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Next up for Plano's Legacy project? A 25-story apartment tower with pools, dog park, fire pits

 

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"After delivering 2 million square feet of class A office space throughout Legacy business park, we are pleased to officially unveil plans for our first multifamily project in the area," Joel Behrens, Trammell Crow principal, said in a statement. "The Residences at Legacy present a unique opportunity to provide luxury living comparable to Dallas' Uptown submarket."

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Architect GFF and Waldrop + Nichols Studio designed the building. The Office of James Burnett is doing the landscaping.

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The 25-story building will have 300 residential units and is starting construction this month.

 

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Yes, that's a car vending machine Carvana's building in Frisco next to Toyota headquarters

 

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The city approved plans in February for the development, which will have seven levels of car displays in a glass tower.

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Along with the tower, there's a one-story building and parking lot surrounding the new dealership, plans filed with the city show.

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Turner Construction is building Carvana's Frisco sales center, and WHN Architects designed the facility.

 

The Frisco building will be ready early next year.

 

 

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Builder JPI starting new apartment communities in Richardson and Farmers Branch

 

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Dallas-based builder JPI said Monday that it will build a 420-unit rental community just south of the $1.5 billion CityLine development near North Central Expressway. JPI's Routh Creek project will open in mid-2018.

 

Dallas-based builder JPI said Monday that it will build a 420-unit rental community just south of the $1.5 billion CityLine development near North Central Expressway. JPI's Routh Creek project will open in mid-2018.

 

The urban-style apartment community is adjoining Richardson's 58-acre Spring Creek Natural Area, which is on the east side of U.S. Highway 75 and south of Renner Road.

 

The nature area includes five miles of hike-and-bike trails.

 

The Routh Creek apartments will be between two DART rail stations.

 

 

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JPI also said it's building a second, 424-unit apartment community in Farmers Branch in the Mercer Crossing mixed-use development.

 

The apartment community on the south side of LBJ Freeway near Luna Road will open in early 2018.

 

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"The luxury property neighbors a newly built 30-acre lake, has over two miles of trails along an internal greenbelt," Brendel said.

 

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Tire company makes big distribution hub expansion in Grand Prairie

 

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One of the largest tire manufacturers in the world — Continental Tires — has decided to expand its North Texas distribution hub in Grand Prairie.

 

To accommodate Continental Tires, Indianapolis-based Duke Realty Corp. (NYSE: DRE) plans to expand its facility by 282,507 square feet, bringing the total footprint of the building, called Grand Lakes 4003, to more than 1 million square feet of industrial space.

 

 

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Atlanta developer lands in southern Dallas County with warehouse project

 

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Atlanta-based developer Core 5 Industrial Partners plans a 754,897-square-foot distribution and manufacturing building on 41.5 acres of land in Hutchins.

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The building will be constructed at 1200 Wintergreen Road near Interstate 45.

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"This facility marks Core 5's entry into the market and we couldn't be happier with the site," James Gaddy, senior vice president and managing director, said in a statement.

 

"Wintergreen has outstanding transportation fundamentals imperative for major industrial users."

 

The building is set to open in June. The city of Hutchins provided tax incentives.

 

 

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Amazon to open third fulfillment center in Coppell

 

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Amazon will employ 1,000 full-time workers at a 1-million-square-foot fulfillment center to be built in Coppell.


The online retailer is developing the facility, its third in Coppell and ninth in Texas, in partnership with Hillwood Investment Properties and Perot Development Companies. It will be part of the Amazon Robotics fulfillment network, allowing the center to streamline the fulfillment process.

 

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Amazon did not give a timeline on when the newest facility will open.

 

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Tesla is expected to occupy the former Buckle tenant space in Southlake Town Square, across Grand Avenue from Apple and Michael Kors. This will be Tesla's fourth gallery in DFW.

 

Also in Southlake, a developer is proposing an office/hotel development at the southeast corner of SH114 and White Chapel Blvd. 

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The development includes a Delta hotel, two five-story offices with underground parking, and a six-story office building with an adjacent parking garage. 

 

Delta Hotels operates only two hotels in the United States - Orlando and Racine. 

 

Here's a screenshot I took from the 1/17/17 City Council meeting:

 

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Proposed office tower designed by BOKA Powell for Heritage Creekside, a mixed-use development in Plano.

 

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Heritage Creekside is a mixed-use project in Plano, Texas located on the President George Bush Turnpike and Custer Road. 

 

The employment center allows for 2.3 million square feet of office space in office towers with up to twenty-story height limits.

 

 

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UNT hopes new $70M building will be a 'game-changer'

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Construction on the University of North Texas' new $70 million College of Visual Arts and Design building began Tuesday in a move university officials hope will bolster the college's recruiting efforts.

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Currently, the College of Visual Arts and Design is spread across seven campus spaces. In addition to the construction of the new four-story, 145,000 gross square-foot complex, renovations will be done on the existing Art Building that's approximately 83,000 square feet.

 

The new building and the existing Art Building will be connected, giving the College of Visual Arts and Design a total complex of about 228,000 square feet.

 

The new building is slated to be ready for students by the Fall 2018 semester

 

 

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Believe it or not, but Wade Park is moving forward. 

 

Frisco’s Wade Park secures loan to keep construction moving

 

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Thomas Land & Development has secured an $82.75 million loan from New York-based Gamma Real Estate to help the 175-acre Wade Park development continue construction.

 

Many of Wade Park’s tenants, including Whole Foods Market, are expected to come online by May 2018, according to Gamma Real Estate.

 

Thomas Land & Development is working to finish installing utilities and infrastructure, which the loan is helping to pay for, before continuing work on building construction.

 

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Other major tenants that have committed to Wade Park include iPic Theaters, Pinstripes Bowling, Yard House, Hotel ZaZa and a Langham Hotels & Resorts hotel.

 

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Texas Health Resources plans 20-acre hospital campus in Frisco

 

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The 325,000-square-foot hospital is planned to be called Texas Health Frisco. The 74-bed acute-care hospital will sit on about 9 acres and will include a 24/7 emergency room, surgical services, women’s services and a neonatal intensive care unit. A 120,000-square-foot medical office building with a 90,000-square-foot clinic is also planned for the campus.

 

Plans submitted to the city show the hospital is planned to have eight stories, and the medical office building will have four stories.

 

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The hospital is planned to open in 2019.

 

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Mustang Square, Plano:

 

 

  • 75 townhomes
  • 172 assisted-living units
  • 448 apartment units (construction begins 2018)
  • Two office buildings, 102,000 sqft
  • Three five-story hotels
  • Four retail buildings, 68,500 sqft

 

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Dallas developer begins $67M expansion of UT-Dallas town center in Richardson

 

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The project, known as Northside 2, will help create a transit-oriented development that encourages students to live, work, study and play in the community.

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Plans for Northside 2 include adding 275 apartments and townhomes and more than 6,600 square feet of retail space in a $67 million public-private partnership. In all, the project will add 900 beds to the campus.

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Construction is underway and slated for completion in August 2018 before the academic year.

 

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A friend/advisor from Park Place Mercedes told me about this last spring.

 

This will be DFW's fourth Porsche dealer.

 

Park Place Porsche coming to Grapevine

 

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The Porsche dealership will feature 70,000 square feet of floor space with room for 21 vehicles on the showroom floor. Included will be a “Porsche Classic Car Center” with room for two display vehicles.

 

Terry Powell, who will serve as general manager of the Grapevine dealership, has a long history with Park Place Porsche Dallas, which happens to be ranked number five in the country in new car sales and number one in the country in used car sales.

 

 

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