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Old Posted Apr 21, 2017, 5:44 PM
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Hall arts



Since the Ground Breaking Ceremony is happening now, I found this awesome rendering for this lovely tower on Hallarts.com





This rendering is from Dallasnews.com
looks like they included a new friend (:

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Old Posted Apr 21, 2017, 6:07 PM
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Roman Patrick, man you are on fire! Thanks for all the updates! I love seeing Dallas grow and get more denser!
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Old Posted Apr 21, 2017, 6:16 PM
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Roman Patrick, man you are on fire! Thanks for all the updates! I love seeing Dallas grow and get more denser!
I regularly update the Highrise Construction, Highrise Proposals and General Development threads, so be sure to check them out, too.
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Old Posted Apr 21, 2017, 6:19 PM
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I regularly update the Highrise Construction, Highrise Proposals and General Development threads, so be sure to check them out, too.
Thank you @Sic'EmBears for the updates! I always look forward to new exciting information!
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Old Posted Apr 21, 2017, 6:57 PM
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Thank you @Sic'EmBears for the updates! I always look forward to new exciting information!
Of course.

It's nice to see more contributors on the Dallas threads, such as yourself.
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Two high-rise residential projects on the boards for Frisco's Star and Station projects


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The 240-acre Frisco Station is planning for a 20-story "urban living" building at Gaylord and John Hickman parkways.

The proposed high-rise would be part of a retail, restaurant, hotel and entertainment complex that Frisco Station developers are calling The Hub.

"We have had a lot of interest in this type of product so we are trying to keep all of our options open," said Trey Sibley, general manager of The Rudman Partnership, one of the partners in Frisco Station.
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Next door at The Star, developers have filed new plans with the city for a residential building with a "minimum 17 stories."
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Alpha + Inwood project plans to bring apartments, retail, hotel to Galleria neighborhood



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The 14-acre development at Inwood and Alpha roads in Farmers Branch would replace a vacant big box retail store on the west side of the Dallas North Tollway.

Called Alpha + Inwood, the project is planned to include a combination of apartments, retail and restaurant space, a boutique hotel and an office building taking up a full block.

Bridgeview Real Estate, Transition Development and apartment builder JPI are working on the 745,000-square-foot development.

The 4-story apartment buildings would contain 406 rental units and would be constructed in the first phase.
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Along with JPI's apartments, the Alpha + Inwood development is designed to include a 7-story, 204,970-square-foot office building on the corner.

South and west of the office building the project will include five restaurant and retail buildings and a 5-story, 155-room hotel.
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Old Posted Apr 25, 2017, 10:42 PM
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Residences at Park District Tower

Does anyone know if the residences at park district tower will be taller than Bleu Ciel?
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With Centrum transformation underway, Dallas' Quadrant Investment expands its vision


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The 13-story, 112,225-square-foot boutique office tower at 3625 N. Hall St. — called Hall Street at The Centrum — will be transformed from the 35-year-old tower into a sought-after destination for modern office space.
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"We believe the lobby has been high under-utilized, and we look forward to creating a functional community space for the tenancy," said Cook, in a statement.

Other plans include revamping the existing pull-in driveway into a usable plaza and garden, adding a Method Coffee shop with food options and showcasing an art collection, which is on loan from one of Quadrant's founders Howard Rachofsky.
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The renovations and creative office spaces will have a great impact on Hall Street's current and future tenants, said Marshall, who is a vice president in CBRE's Dallas office.

The renovations of Hall Street are slated for completion by August 2017.
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Looks like TCC's plans have already paid off.

Downtown law firm Vinson & Elkins won't go to Uptown after all

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One of the big downtown Dallas law firms that was wooed by new development in Uptown has had a change of heart.

Longtime downtown attorney firm Vinson & Elkins has decided to stay in the Trammell Crow Center skyscraper.
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But now the law firm - which has about 145 Dallas attorneys and support staff - has shifted gears and renewed its lease in the Trammell Crow Center, downtown leasing agents say.

It's one of the few times real estate brokers say they have seen such a move.
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Vinson & Elkins' lease renewal comes after Trammell Crow Center recently announced a $135 million renovation that includes construction of new retail and restaurant space, parking and a hotel that will join the 32-year-old office tower.
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Old Posted Apr 28, 2017, 1:34 PM
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Looks like TCC's plans have already paid off.

Downtown law firm Vinson & Elkins won't go to Uptown after all
This is good news... Keep that momentum going in Downtown. It would suck for the growth to happen around it but not there.. Cedars, Uptown, Victory Park, Deep Ellum are all in on the prosperity and downtown needs to be for sure.
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Another hotel tower is in the works for Plano's $3 billion Legacy West

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Investor Sam Moon Group plans to build the new boutique hotel in the Legacy West Urban Village on Headquarters Drive at Communications Parkway.
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"The new hotel will be a 12-story, 170-room Marriott Autograph Collection Hotel," said Legacy West developer Fehmi Karahan.
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McKinney signs off on KDC-led development team for corporate magnet



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The proposed mixed-use development will sit at the Gateway of McKinney at the Sam Rayburn Tollway and U.S. 75, with the development team moving forward with plans to develop the remainder of the 90-acre tract.
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"So far, we are right on track with the progress we were hoping to make with this partnership with KDC and we look forward to a successful future with them and the Gateway development," he added.
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The marketing activities are expected to begin at the same time as the city and the development firm forms the master development agreement, which is expected to be executed by October.
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"The components of this site will be driven by some really nice Class A office space that will be compliments nicely with other uses, such as restaurants, entertainment and multifamily housing to make for a nice live-work-play environment," he said.

KDC could develop a million square feet or more of Class A office space with even more supporting real estate to accommodate thousands of people.
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Cowboys owner Jerry Jones plans tower

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Cowboys owner Jerry Jones & Roger Staubach are planning an apartment tower at "The Star" in Frisco.

The Star has filed plans with the city for a residential building with a "minimum 17 stories."
https://www.dallasnews.com/business/...ime=1493402940

Interesting, I wonder if it will have a large star mounted on top? Light it when Cowboys win.
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Old Posted Apr 29, 2017, 8:13 AM
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Steve and another nothing-burger article.

He already mentioned the project on Monday, in which I created two threads for each proposal.
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https://www.dallasnews.com/business/...ime=1493402940

Interesting, I wonder if it will have a large star mounted on top? Light it when Cowboys win.
This is the building page for this one:

http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=228021
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Old Posted Apr 29, 2017, 6:33 PM
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Ah, thanks for the clarification. There's too many project announcements that it's getting hard to keep track of.
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I really hope this plan for the complete relocation of 30 in Dallas goes through. It would include demolishing 345 and 45. Both 45 and 175 would tie into the 30 relocate.
In the meantime, 175 is currently being transitioned into a city oriented boulevard, which should help revive the broken neighborhoods in that part of Dallas.



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How serious of a proposal is this? It'd be pretty wild, though I could see it doing a lot for South Dallas and East Dallas & Little Elm's connectivity to downtown.
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Old Posted Apr 30, 2017, 9:34 AM
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The Texas Department of Transportation is taking it very seriously from what I understand. The thing is that it would take quite some time to execute and around 3 billion dollars. But, regardless of time and cost, they are seriously considering it. The current work, right now, rerouting 175 to 45 where 45 crosses the Trinity is a sign of this proposal taking shape.
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