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Old Posted Oct 28, 2015, 4:41 PM
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Arrow DALLAS | 2000 Ross Avenue | 26 FLOORS

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2000 Ross Avenue is an HKS designed, vertical mixed-use development, which will over 30,000 SF of retail, 351 residential units, and a 227-room hotel. The 26-story project will encompass an entire Downtown Dallas city block with frontage on RossAvenue, Harwood Street, San Jacinto Street and Olive Street. Its close proximity to the highly acclaimed Dallas Arts District and over 13M square feet of office provides for a compelling mix of restaurants and dining options.

Retail is scheduled for delivery in Q3 2017 and the entire project is scheduled for completion in Q3 2018.














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2000 Ross Avenue / Trammell Crow Center renovation update:
* Renderings were originally found and posted by myself on another forum

City-block project on Ross Avenue on track to get underway soon in downtown Dallas
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A city-block development project meant to transform downtown Dallas' Ross Avenue adjacent to Trammell Crow Center is on track to get underway by early 2017, with plans to unveil the design of an upscale boutique hotel, ground-floor retail and an apartment tower this fall.
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Stream Realty is the master developer of the project on behalf of the ownership group 2000 Ross Avenue LP out of New York, which is a fund advised by JP Morgan Chase.

By developing 32,000 square feet of new space for restaurants and retailers, March said there's an opportunity to transform the Ross Avenue corridor. Plans for the ground-up development includes a 200-key upscale boutique hotel and a 350-unit apartment tower with each tower sitting on a podium of 2,600-stall parking garage and the retail space.

The hotel developer and residential developer have yet to be named, with an official announcement slated for this fall. HOK is the architect designing the ground-up project on the 2.6-acre tract.

The new mixed-use development is in the design process and is being dual-tracked with the renovations at Trammell Crow Center, a 1.2-million-square-foot office tower. Upon completion, Trammell Crow Center will have 10,000 square feet of added retail space to the ground floor of the building.

"This will be a real comprehensive renovation of Trammell Crow Center, which has never been altered in a meaningful way since its original design in the 1980s," March told me. "We want to do something there and expect it to be a dramatic design intervention."

Construction on the dual-tracked projects — the tower renovation and ground-up development — is expected to begin in early 2017.

Dallas-based Retail Street Advisors' Aaron Stephenson and John Giesler have already begun marketing the retail space to potential tenants.
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Construction crews have begun removing the asphalt.
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Old Posted May 19, 2017, 11:21 PM
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Exciting time for downtown.
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I think the designs look really cool. I can't wait to see it when it's done.
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Has the Hall Arts tower gotten underway ?
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Cool, any update pics?
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Nice!

When were those photos taken? I see that some of the trees still have green leaves.
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Those are Live Oak trees, and they typically loose their leaves in late winter (Feb / early March).....
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Nice!

When were those photos taken? I see that some of the trees still have green leaves.
This morning
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You've got to love the climate in the Big D! It's the antithesis of iceberg Chicago!
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Does anyone know if both towers are being built at this time?
I thought I heard they were only building 1 right now but im hoping they will do both
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The mixed-use development, upon build-out, will include a 400-unit high-rise residential tower, a 200-key boutique hotel, a 2,000-space parking garage and 26,000 square feet of retail space that could accommodate upwards of eight restaurant sites. The parking garage and retail are part of the initial phase of the project.

The hotel — an undisclosed flag has already been selected — is expected to get underway in 2018 upon completion of the initial phase. The high-rise residential tower will get started following the hotel.
Source: https://www.bizjournals.com/dallas/n...magnet-to.html
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