Cbdallas wrote:I always wished the 2nd tower would get built someday but I have to say this is really looking good next to the existing building and compliments it very nicely.
Mgreen15 wrote:. There are too many newer/cheaper options living outside of the city and unlike other major cities, jobs are not mostly concentrated to Dallas’ urban core.
exelone31 wrote:This is so sad, was really hoping this would be a cool restoration. I agree with dallaz, this seems pretty strange, just a "random" fire in the middle of the night in an unoccupied building.
Jbarn wrote:Hopefully the fact that Lowe’s wants rail access will automatically disqualify Plano and Frisco.
eburress wrote: I can also see this serving as a proof of concept to get some of the other in-town mixed-use projects, like the Spire, off the ground.
eburress wrote:^^ Good question. The Toll Brothers tower was news to me too!
ArtVandelay wrote:The character of that neighborhood and the Harwood Historic District is mid rise not high rise. So yes, there was an expectation there wouldn’t be high rises in that section of downtown.
casperitl wrote:Hard to tell from the photos if the plan has been scaled back dramatically?
Matt777 wrote:Not big enough of an area to split further into North/South. Also, does anyone else get a weird, slight confederate vibe from the name "Victory South?" It's not a big deal, but the name change is just weird.