THRILLHO wrote:I agree. I think East Quarter, Design District, and Cedars will be the areas to watch grow this decade (in that order). Meanwhile Deep Ellum and maybe Trinity Groves will be adding decent height.
I am curious as to why people put EQ and DD at the top of the list for future development. Each of those areas is controlled by a single developer. What happens there will be more of a function of what they want to do, and less of what an open market is asking for. Open areas like DE seem to offer more opportunities.