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Old Posted Aug 1, 2018, 10:19 PM
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ugh... that CVS. Barf
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ugh... that CVS. Barf
The brick detail is far better than CVS could have gotten away with.

Victory Park and West Village got a much shorter stick.
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New owners of Dallas' landmark Infomart eye construction of addition



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Equinix - a global data center company which paid $800 million for the Infomart - says it plans to build a $21.25 million, 61,805 square-foot building on at the Infomart at 1900 N. Stemmons Freeway.

The 1.6 million-square-foot Infomart building was built in the 1980s and is located northwest of downtown Dallas.

Info mart's owners didn't provide details of what would be built or when.
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The April Infomart sale was one of the priciest property purchases in Dallas history.
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The filigreed, 7-story building on Stemmons Freeway was patterned after London's famed 19th century Crystal Palace.
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The mall-ing of Deep Ellum continues as artists are forced to move out of 130-year-old Continental Gin
Robert Wilonsky, City Columnist
August 14, 2018



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One of this city's oldest buildings — 130 years, same age as the state Capitol building — will be given a "major overhaul," in the words of its new owners. Which is to say, in coming months its load-bearing walls, cracked because of years spent exposed to moisture, will be made solid again. A roof that spent decades shouldering the weight of standing water will be replaced. Its bricks will no longer crumble to the touch.
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According to renderings presented to City Hall's Urban Design Peer Review Panel earlier this summer, the new owners — Dallas' August Family Partnership — are planning to convert Robert S. Munger's cotton gin into a multi-use complex. That means 42,000 square feet of office space and 21,000 square feet of retail. There will be a restaurant, too, on the ground floor.
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The landmark's decades-long tenure as an artists' safe haven, where rent is around one dollar per square foot, is coming to an end. And that is a heart-breaking moment worth noting. Because friends, colleagues and collaborators, among them painters and sculptors and clothing designers, will be scattered across the city -- maybe further, because of the lack of affordable space anywhere in Dallas.
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New apartment and retail project on the way across from Galleria in Far North Dallas
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Developers have broken ground in Far North Dallas near the Galleria on a new apartment and retail center.
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The project by PegasusAblon includes 289 luxury rental units plus the redo of an existing shopping center with an amphitheater and stage, fountains, dining and additional retail. Called Ablon at Galleria Muse, the mixed-use project will be at the northwest corner of Alpha and Noel roads across the street from the Galleria shopping mall.
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The project joins a growing list of new developments in the Galleria area on the north side of LBJ Freeway near the tollway.
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Dallas' Paul Quinn College grows with new multipurpose building, first in 40 years



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The historically black southern Dallas university is constructing a 40,000-square-foot educational and residential building with the help of $7 million in contributions.
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"The Crow Living and Learning Center will be the first of many new structures built on this campus," Paul Quinn College President Michael Sorrell said in a statement. Sorrell is credited with turning around the college and its financial fortunes after taking charge of the 146-acre campus, a few miles south of downtown Dallas, in 2007. Among other things, Sorrell turned the campus football field into a two-acre urban farm that supplies organic vegetables to high-end restaurants.
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Dallas' landmark Cityplace Tower has a new owner with big plans for the high-rise



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The high-profile building on the edge of Dallas' Uptown district was acquired by Dallas' Highland Capital Management in one of the largest building sales in Dallas so far in 2018.

The 42-story Cityplace Tower on North Central Expressway is the tallest building outside of downtown Dallas. Built in 1987, the 1.4 million-square-foot high-rise has been owned since 2013 by Florida-based investor Parmenter Realty Partners and Angelo, Gordon & Co.
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"We hope to transform the surrounding area with our strategic renovations and improvements," adds Dondero. "Cityplace was designed to anchor an ambitious urban development, and we believe our plans will revitalize that vision."
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Renovation plan would turn 93-year-old West End building into hotel in downtown Dallas



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A plan in the works would convert a historic building in downtown Dallas' West End district into a new hotel.

The Sanger Brothers garage at 711 Elm St. was built in 1925 as one of the city's first "high-rise" parking garages. The five-story brick building sits across the street from where the Sanger Brothers department store was — now El Centro College.

Irving-based hotel firm Icon Lodging bought the Elm Street building in April and has been working with Dallas' Merriman Anderson Architects to come up with a plan to redevelop the garage.
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Merriman Anderson recently made a preliminary presentation to the Dallas Landmark Commission, which asked them to go back to the drawing board and rework the hotel proposal. The initial plan would have added six levels of hotel rooms on top of the old parking structure. But commission members and staff weren't fully on board with that plan.
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"Our client wants to find a way to make this happen," Anderson said. "It's a unique and special building.

"We are working hard with the Landmark Commission, and they have been responsive and understanding."
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Developers are betting smaller is better with new East Dallas rental project



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The 70-unit Fitzhugh Flats development will have 1-bedroom and studio apartments averaging just 615 square feet.

The project is being built east of downtown Dallas between Ross Avenue and Live Oak Street.
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The project will include garages and covered parking spaces, storage units, a lounge and dog park for residents.

"Our goal is to provide a project that will appeal to the majority of renters in the market based on the price point" said Reid Beucler, principal of Slate Properties LLC.

"With projected rents starting around $1,200 per month, we feel like we are positioned well to compete with the other communities in the neighborhood."
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Not a fan of the surface parking, but this is what Dallas needs more of - developments that fit the context of their neighborhood.

Look: Here’s what’s planned for the old Gloria’s



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Gloria’s restaurant moved to Fire Station No. 15 on Bishop at Davis in 2011, and the local chain’s original building, at the southeast corner of Davis and Llewellyn, was demolished in 2013.

The lot sat vacant for years until recently. A new restaurant building is under construction on the site now.
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A listing from the Woodmont Co. says the building will comprise 2,546 square feet and have a 900-square-foot patio.
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