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.
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.
"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.
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.
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.
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.
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.