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Old Posted Jun 17, 2018, 10:33 PM
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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.
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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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Old Posted Jun 18, 2018, 2:15 PM
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I don't understand these Franken-scrapers. Just left over/passed over design pieces cobbled together to make an amalgamation of ugly. Austin has a possible new tallest that is also a Franken-scraper. Meh.
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I don't understand these Franken-scrapers. Just left over/passed over design pieces cobbled together to make an amalgamation of ugly. Austin has a possible new tallest that is also a Franken-scraper. Meh.
Amen! It looks like they took a several pieces of Legoscrapers and slapped them together.
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That’s not the design of this new building.
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Drove by yesterday on my way home. Fence is up and excavators are on site.
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Old Posted Sep 16, 2019, 11:40 AM
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