cowboyeagle05 wrote:Dallas a city that champions "urban lite" so you can still drive a fully loaded truck and park without consequences anywhere you want and tell yourself you are a modern urban millennial.
homeworld1031tx wrote:Did the original thread topic project ever get underway? They did end up demolishing the French style buildings here, right?
Tnexster wrote:Was supposed to start in October but maybe some of the other projects underway in Uptown have taken some of the momentum away from this one. Never know, maybe they did a redesign and will have something to show us soon.
Granite Properties is a real-life example of this hold-and-develop strategy in Uptown. The company purchased three low-rise buildings in the Uptown area in 2011 and plans to transform the site into a top-tier office product within the next three years.
"It's currently called Cedar Maple Plaza," Granite Properties Senior Managing Director Will Hendrickson said. "We've already been through the entitlement process, and we are now in the process of winding down the current leases we have in place."
Once the leases run out, Granite will launch construction in the first quarter of 2021, creating a new office product with 17K SF for restaurant development.
dallaz wrote:New Uptown tower will include restaurants and park space
https://www.dallasnews.com/business/rea ... ark-space/
clcrash19 wrote:Is this the same thing as the 30 story tower or is that next door on the same site plan?