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Old Posted Aug 8, 2017, 3:18 AM
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Put photos in their respective threads and here!
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I am truly impressed with the number of projects being constructed in your city. My head is literally spinning. Any updates on the 70 story proprosal? Can someone post some before and after photos of the Dallas skyline since the addition of so many new buildings.
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Progress photos belong in their respective threads.
I think this is a perfect place for progress photos. I'm glad they're posted here.
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i think this is a perfect place for progress photos. I'm glad they're posted here.
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you've missed the point.

The point is to compile a comprehensive database per project.
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Legacy South, Plano's newest 210,000 SF office building.

Set to open early 2019.



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High-profile parcel in Plano's Legacy Business Park getting high-rise office, hotel


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The Baccus family, in a partnership with Dallas-based Provident Realty Advisors, will begin construction early next year on land they've owned since the mid-1800s to transform it into a high-rise, mixed-use development.
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This development, called The Legacy at Spring Creek, is a chance for the longtime Plano family to create a legacy, said Leon Backes, president of Provident Realty Advisors.
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"This site is a very high-profile piece of property in one of the hottest markets in the country."

The plans for the 37-acre tract include three office buildings ranging from eight- to 10-stories, totaling up to 2 million square feet with a 200-room boutique hotel and up to 100,000 square feet of retail space.
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"We're seeing an intense amount of interest in the site, from retail, office and hotel users," Backes said.
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The architects have planned on incorporating and building upon an existing grove of trees on the site, to help maximize pedestrian connectivity to other parts of Legacy Business Park, including developer Randy Heady's newly proposed office building along the Dallas North Tollway.
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Construction on the initial phase is slated to begin in early 2018.
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Man, if only that Legacy area around SRT and DNT would see some action...literally nothing is happening around there at all...

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Major League Lacrosse eyes Dallas for potential team as Cowboys' Star set to host championship game



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An expansion or relocation in Dallas would be a move toward bringing the game west, as seven of the league's nine teams are on the East Coast.
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"West is the direction we want to go," Ventresca said. And Dallas "checks all the boxes from the league's perspective."
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Gross said several groups are interested in owning a team in Dallas, but Jerry Jones' camp is not one of them.

"The Cowboys will not be an owner," Gross said. "They’ve made it clear their focus is on the Cowboys, but they’re very supportive of what we’re trying to do."
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Plans to revitalize Plano’s ailing Collin Creek Mall come into focus



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Redevelopment efforts to save an ailing Plano mall are underway as part of a planned $1 billion investment to convert the southeast Plano properties into a multi-use development with multifamily residential, retail and entertainment projects.
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“Most likely, if they’re going to do mixed-use, the property would need to be rezoned,” Braster said.
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Ware said he anticipates the mall project to cost between $1 billion and $1.6 billion.

Scott Polikov, principal and founder of Gateway Planning, said redevelopment efforts at Collin Creek Mall will also be building on the momentum of the recent revitalization in downtown Plano. Gateway Planning, a design and development consultancy firm, will work in coordination with Dreien on the Collin Creek Mall project in the coming months.
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First look: New apartment tower on the way at Dallas Cowboys’ The Star in Frisco development



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Called Star House, the project will have "160 urban living units" in a tower built of limestone, metal and glass.
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"Our average unit size will be north of 1,200 square feet," Columbus Realty CEO Robert Shaw told the Frisco Planning & Zoning Commission when it approved plans for the apartment tower.

Newly released plans for The Star project also show that three office buildings will be built along the tollway and Warren Parkway, adjacent to the new apartment tower. The office buildings will range from seven to 12 stories tall
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The office and apartment towers will join the new Omni Frisco Hotel and Baylor Scott & White Sports Therapy & Research Center as the tallest buildings at the $1.5 billion The Star project.
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New Dallas office tower on the way at Park Lane development on North Central Expressway

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The owners want to build an office tower with up to 11 floors and as much as 340,000 square feet of space.
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"The motivation behind this new building is we've seen serious upward movement in the rents in our existing offices," Spurgin said. "We think we'll garner significant interest with this building."

Northwood hired architect Gensler to design the tower.
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The office tower would be one of the largest such developments along U.S. 75 in years.
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First look at Southgate, the new McKinney mixed-use project by Legacy West team



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The project at the northeast corner of U.S. Highway 75 and State Highway 121, will include office space, apartments, retail and restaurant buildings and a commons area with two acres of green space, water features, outdoor dining and a stage for performances.
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"The project is organized around open, green spaces comprised of water features, lawns for events and native landscape inspired by the prairie heritage of north Texas."
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The development has been in the works for more than a decade and currently includes a Sheraton Hotel and Conference Center, an office and industrial facility for Emerson Process Management and a campus for Collin College.
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Paging Mr. Perot:

Amazon Opens Search for Amazon HQ2 – A Second Headquarters City in North America
September 07, 2017 06:08 AM Eastern
http://www.businesswire.com/news/hom...--Headquarters

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https://www.amazon.com/gp/browse.html/?node=17044620011
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Fort Worth - Downtown

Fort Worth's first ever purpose built hirise residential building has been proposed. It is planned to be in the 32 floor range.

I've started a thread dedicated to the proposal HERE.


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Hopefully it has something to its top because Fort Worth's skyline is just plain boxy.
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M-Line Tower from this weekend:


M Line Tower by Trevor Ambrose, on Flickr
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M-Line Tower from this weekend:


M Line Tower by Trevor Ambrose, on Flickr
This one turned out REALLY well! Can't wait for Cafe Express to reopen too.
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One of the independent Amazon HQ2 proposals, this one by Cienda Partners on its Oak Farms site:

https://www.dallasnews.com/business/rea ... te-huge-hq

From lakewoodhobo on DallasMetropolis:

"Even more interesting, they reveal that Cienda is the mysterious buyer who has been gobbling up parcels near the Dallas Zoo. This explains why they funded the preliminary mockup of the I-35 deck park."




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One of the independent Amazon HQ2 proposals, this one by Cienda Partners on its Oak Farms site:

https://www.dallasnews.com/business/rea ... te-huge-hq

From lakewoodhobo on DallasMetropolis:

"Even more interesting, they reveal that Cienda is the mysterious buyer who has been gobbling up parcels near the Dallas Zoo. This explains why they funded the preliminary mockup of the I-35 deck park."


GFF released these conceptual renderings early 2016.


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