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Arrow DALLAS | The Terraces at Douglas Center | 175 FEET | 12 FLOORS

New office tower in the works at North Dallas’ Preston Center district

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Developers have found a construction site in Dallas’ tightest real estate market where they plan to build an office tower.

Dallas’ PegasusAblon and Lionstone Investments of Houston will build the 12-story office project in Preston Center on Berkshire Lane. The tower will be built between Douglas Avenue and the Dallas North Tollway.

The Terraces at Douglas Center building will contain almost 172,000 square feet and be ready in early 2017.
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The new building will have stair stepped upper floors and will share parking with the adjacent 8300 Douglas tower which Lionstone and Pegasus bought in 2012.

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Definitely not too impressed with this one.
     
     
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Definitely not too impressed with this one.
It's not supposed to be impressive.

The office is designed to complement the existing buildings and offer tenants something hard to find - terraces.
     
     
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The ground level at least looks pretty nice.
     
     
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It's nothing to write about, but it does add density. Overall it's not a bad design.
     
     
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You're lucky to get anything built Preston Center. Can't even get a bridge to the parking garage without Madame No sticking her nose in it.
     
     
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Old Posted Jan 21, 2017, 3:58 AM
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Project has topped-out.
     
     
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