Kelley USA wrote:Makes me wonder if there are any plans to eventually replace that RREAF Holdings building. It seems ripe for demo for a much larger mixed-use project especially with the pending addition to Klyde Warren.
tamtagon wrote:^Totally agree with that, but residential units in the greater downtown area - CBD, East Dallas, Oak Lawn/Uptown, West Dallas, Oak Cliff, South Dallas/Cedars - has increased steadily for years now and shows no sign whatsoever of coming to the end of "a cycle."
These taller residential buildings are more expensive, 'more' permanent, reinforce the sense of high density and will allow the overpriced Dallas Donut stick apartments to become relatively less expensive. Greater Downtown should have 500,000 residents; we need more dwellings per acre for sure.
tamtagon wrote:For the 500,000 resident population, I'm thinking inside Loop 12, broadly.