Kelley USA wrote:Drove through here on Sunday. Really impressive! Got out and walked The Sound. The restaurants are looking good. High-quality tenants with some great build-outs. I wonder if they have any plans to add a hotel to the mix? I can see a business class hotel on the water, perhaps a Marriott or Hilton or really cool boutique hotel. Something with conference space. With all the Corporate offices in this development I think it would make sense. Could have a great pool area that overlooks the lake, and there are plenty of restaurants that visitors could walk to.
itsjrd1964 wrote:There was a SpringHill Suites due to come to a spot by/near Belt Line/Hackberry but that project seems to have stalled. The property isn't on Marriott's online coming-soon list either. So far, the only close hotel with conference space is the Four Points-Sheraton on the west side of Belt Line. I don't know of any other planned hotels in that vicinity except the Tru by Hilton going in just north of the Four Points.
Kelley USA wrote:The first of 3 new building for Cypress Waters will kick off this Spring. Up next will be this 10 story office building. These will go up on the opposite side of the sound. Renderings seem to show perhaps a few more restaurants will be added to that side as well. Nice little slideshow on the link:
https://www.bizjournals.com/dallas/news ... g/462911/1
Very cool. They have just about completed the multi-use path along that side, almost all the way to the dam. It isn't officially open yet, but it's effectively done. It'll be cool to watch something of size (and not tilt-wall) go up. This place just seems to grow non-stop. They've also been doing some clearing along the Northwest corner of the development as well (heading N on Beltline towards the proposed train station). Not sure if they plan on building there soon, though...
Kelley USA wrote:Cypress Waters lands another tenant- BNSF Logistics - 50K sq ft...
https://www.dallasnews.com/business/rea ... ig-tenant/
Kelley USA wrote:Looks like 7-11 has leased about 3K sf for a convenience store at The Sound. Looks like it'll be right next door to Ascension Coffee.
Tnexster wrote:Hmm, like to see a rendering. Also glad to see something with some height.
cowboyeagle05 wrote:"park" yeah like most of what Belo had around its old HQ in Downtown Dallas. Sculpture parks that were useless and made it hard to argue for the alternative more parking lots. Parks like what Victory Park built that was boring lifeless and just a lawn with a fountain that the most ever done with it was a spot for dogs to poop. Design a real park that people want to use not formal gardens of lifeless plenty.
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