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Restoration Hardware is proposing an RH Gallery and Guesthouse (RH hotel) on Knox.

The Guesthouse is expected to follow MePa's Guesthouse, opening this Fall.

Also proposed is a showroom cafe and spa at the Guesthouse.

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(from the linked article)
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"...as well as the Statler Library which will become the new home of The Dallas Morning News this fall."
I didn't realize that! I'm not completely up to speed on all of the things happening in Dallas. So, what's the plan for the current Dallas Morning News site?
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Renderings and stats for Hidden Ridge:
  • Pioneer Natural Resources HQ
  • DART Orange Line station
  • 110 acres
  • 1.5 million SF corporate office space
  • 200-room hotel
  • 1,200 residential units
  • 80,000 SF retail and restaurant space
  • greenspace


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The Statler brings in operator to manage five restaurants and bars, events



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The operator, Dallas-based Epic F&B LLC, will manage and operate about 58,000 square feet of space at The Statler, with the help of local chef Graham Dodds, who is the culinary director for the operations firm. Dodds served as the original chef of Bolsa.
  • Overeasy: A farm-to-table concept serving breakfast, lunch and dinner with a gourmet coffee bar with patio space on Commerce Street.
  • Scout: (see below) A 12,000-square-foot space with American food, craft beer, live music, four bowling lanes, four ping-pong tables, billiards tables and foosball tables.
  • Fine China: A full-service lunch and dinner Pan-Asian restaurant and cocktail bar with sake, Japanese whiskies and high tea.
  • Bourbon & Banter: An underground cocktail lounge with a bourbon and whiskey library and craft cocktails.
  • Waterproof: (see below) A poolside roof deck and lounge on the 19th floor of The Statler.
  • The Grand Ballroom: A nearly 12,000-square-foot space that could host concerts, large events and weddings. Former performers in the ballroom include Frank Sinatra, Michael Jackson and Tony Bennett.














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Texas on tap for new U.S. Cricket stadium with help of JLL



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Dallas-Fort Worth could get another major sports team added to its roster as part of a $2.4 billion venture to launch another U.S. sports league, which would be the biggest pitch since Major League Soccer.

Global Sports Ventures LLC, which announced it planned on establishing a professional cricket league in the United States, hired JLL's sports and entertainment group to find attractive development sites in eight U.S. cities, including Dallas-Fort Worth.
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If the sites are found, these cities could be home to a cricket-specific stadium and a mixed-use development as early as 2020.
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Dallas-Fort Worth will be a big contender for the planned Texas charter location.

Other charter cities or regions include: New York, New Jersey, Florida, Washington, D.C., Georgia, Illinois and California.

Upon its launch in 2020, the U.S. Cricket League plans to expand in four to six additional markets.

The first eight stadiums and their surrounding developments are expected to cost Global Sports Ventures $2.4 billion and create 17,000 jobs. Each development could have a cricket stadium, club house, restaurants, hotels, retail, residential and office space.

JLL's International Director David Demarest said the brokerage firm has already begun its site selection and is reviewing multiple sites within the targeted cities.

The stadiums are expected to cost $70 million to $125 million, with ancillary costs of $80 million to $100 million for the mixed-use developments accompanying the cricket stadiums.

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Irving would be a great location.
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Irving would be a great location.
It appears the first rendering was based off the old Texas Stadium site.

Note the site's angles and compass rose.

View map here.
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How big of a draw does cricket have in the U.S.? Obviously expats would probably be a large portion of the market and I know that several major sports parks have areas for cricket...but how about a U.S. audience? Is this a growing area of popularity among Americans?
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Dream Hotel Group of NYC to build world's first Unscripted Hotel in Flower Mound:

Flower Mound P&Z approves hotel-anchored development



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“The inspiration behind the design elements was to preserve the views– from the inside to the outside; and, from being surrounded by nature on the lower levels, up to being in the tree canopy on the highest levels,” said Randi Rivera with G&A Consultants in her presentation.

She added that the centrally-located natural north-south area, featuring an intermittent stream, is environmentally protected. The hotel and interior office buildings’ views overlook the natural setting.

It features a mid-century and contemporary look for a natural, yet upscale and timeless aesthetic. The building materials feature durable manufactured wood-composite panels, glass, natural stone which are all-weather-resistant.
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He approached the Dream Hotel Group of New York to create a “lifestyle,” upscale brand of environmentally-friendly hotel.

The 134-room hotel concept features a design that has not been built anywhere else.
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