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Arrow DALLAS | SkyHouse Victory Place | 290ft | 25 floors

Skyhouse has proposed a case to the FAA about building a second Skyhouse residential tower in the Oak Lawn neighborhood of Dallas.

Previously, Skyhouse has recently finished constructing a 24 story residential tower in the Victory Park neighborhood closer to downtown.

Nothing official yet, but we should expect to hear an announcement in the next couple months.

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This one will be called SkyHouse Victory Place. The construction cam is up and the fence is up as well. Looks like construction is imminent.
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Victory Park groundbreaking for new apartment tower
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Construction has started on a third new apartment tower in Dallas’ Victory Park development.
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With Novare’s groundbreaking, three new apartment towers are on the way in Victory Park northwest of downtown.

Developer Greystar is building its Ascent tower with more than 300 apartments across the street from Novare’s new building site.

And Genesis Real Estate has started its 28-story Katy Tower apartments at Victory Park and Hi Line drives.
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So it looks like this one will officially be 25 floors as mentioned in the above article. This means the building will probably be 290 ft as requested and approved by the FAA. If someone can please update that.
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This one is a 25-story high-rise being built by Atlanta-based developer Novare Group.
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Work Schedule: 08/11/2015 to 11/30/2016
Structure Height: 290
Description of Location: Building located at NE corner of North Houston Street and Payne Street in Downtown Dallas, TX
Description of Proposal: 25 story High-rise residential rental apartment building with 336 units and ground level retail space.
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Dallas? But the rendering shows this building in Chicago... judging from the angle somewhere in Lake Michigan no less
     
     
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Dallas? But the rendering shows this building in Chicago... judging from the angle somewhere in Lake Michigan no less
One of those cases where developers choose some other U.S. city as a backdrop. We know better, as we can see the Aon Center, but the rest (general public) are clueless. A cheap marketing trick. I believe there was a case for some development in Kansas City where they chose a Houston backdrop to showcase its new development. But in a way, its kinda insulting to Dallas because the city has an awesome skyline.
     
     
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Dallas? But the rendering shows this building in Chicago... judging from the angle somewhere in Lake Michigan no less
Plus there are two 2 Prudential Center towers and an unfinished Trump Tower.
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This project needs moved from "Proposals" to "Highrise Construction" since it is now in full construction mode.
     
     
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This project needs moved from "Proposals" to "Highrise Construction" since it is now in full construction mode.
Once foundation work begins - which will occur very soon.

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Fifth floor is going up.
     
     
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Sixth floor is going up.
     
     
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The eleventh floor is up.
     
     
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The 16th floor is going up.
     
     
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Skyhouse Victory Park can be seen in the background on the left.

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