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Old Posted Mar 24, 2017, 10:21 PM
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Project Update: New Rendering for the Ross Perot parcel in Dallas, TX. Looks like a potential supertall/near super tall.

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Old Posted Mar 24, 2017, 10:28 PM
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Need to be changed to U/C:
  1. No. 10 Harwood, Dallas
  2. Blackburn & N Central Expressway, Dallas
  3. 3201 Dallas Parkway, Frisco
  4. Granite Park VII, Plano
  5. The Residences at Legacy, Plano
Updated directory (1st Post) to include the Plano projects and Frisco (all with working links). I'll update the Dallas ones later on. Have to change the numbers to reflect the order.
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Project Update: New Rendering for the Ross Perot parcel in Dallas, TX. Looks like a potential supertall/near super tall.

Thread: http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...=213541&page=3

I like that for its simplicity. I know others have mixed feelings about it, but I actually like it a lot. I think it's elegant and not too flashy.
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I like that for its simplicity. I know others have mixed feelings about it, but I actually like it a lot. I think it's elegant and not too flashy.
I agree.
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I like the shape and height, but not the crosshatching.
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Irving breaks ground on convention center hotel as entertainment district takes shape

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One of the final pieces in a long-term plan for an Irving entertainment district will be set in motion Monday with the groundbreaking for a convention center hotel.

The Westin Irving Convention Center Las Colinas hotel, at 400 W. Las Colinas Blvd., will hold 350 guest rooms. It represents the "crowning piece in Irving's vision for a distinctive, pedestrian-friendly visitors district," the city said.
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Old Posted Mar 29, 2017, 12:43 AM
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North Campus at Old Parkland:


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The 90,000-square-foot classical "Jeffersonian style" building was designed by Dallas' Beck Group and United Kingdom architect Craig Hamilton.

The six-story office project at Maple Avenue, Dallas North Tollway and Knight Street will have three levels of underground parking.

Plans also call for "a thematic sculpture in the front plaza" of the new building, according to Crow Holdings.
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"We already have commitments for approximately 40 percent of our new office space and are delighted the market continues to support our development."
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The entire Old Parkland campus is just beautiful. I had a visitor in from another state and that was the Capitol of Texas. I was like "umm... that's in Austin". lol
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Old Posted Mar 29, 2017, 11:26 AM
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^^ Maybe he thought it was the annex?


I would definitely be a fan of a continuation of this stuff across DNT. Beautiful architecture.
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Nice. This has turned into one of my favorite Houston towers. Non-boxy but staying classy and elegant at the same time.
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Lincoln Centre IV:

New tower on the drawing board for Dallas' huge Lincoln Centre project



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Now Lincoln Centre's owners are proposing construction of a fourth office tower that would be built on the east side of the tollway.

The 390,000-square-foot office project would be the largest such development in that area in more than a decade.
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Lincoln Centre leasing agents with Cushman & Wakefield have recently been showing details of the planned tower to prospective tenants.
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The expansion project would also include a multi-level parking garage that would replace surface parking on the northwest side of the property, according to plans for the development.
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Several ground-breaking announcements this week:
  1. Ventana Buckner, Dallas (today)
  2. Hall Arts Hotel & Residences , Dallas (tomorrow, April 21)
  3. LVL29, Plano (Thursday, April 27)
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Proposed 21-floor Hilton Canopy Hotel for downtown.

Rendering by Mark W. Tiedemann.

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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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Texas Leads the Nation in Warehouse and Retail Construction; No. 2 in Office

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HOUSTON – (By Dale King) – Texas leads the nation in commercial development of warehouse, flex and retail real estate space, according to a study by the NAIOP commercial real estate organization.

The Lone Star State comes in second for office development behind New York, and finishes Number 2 overall (ranking for all 50 states), slightly outdone again by the Empire State.

“The reason for the high development volume in Texas compared with other states is simple: Texas is producing more jobs and has greater population growth than other states and regions,” said Carleton Riser, president of Transwestern Development Co., commenting on the study’s favorable results for Texas.

Houston, Dallas and Austin have been among the nation’s leaders in job growth and population increases for several years.

The top 10 states ranked by construction value for office, industrial, warehouse and retail combined are: New York, Texas, California, Louisiana, Florida, Georgia, Michigan, Illinois, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts.
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