Hannibal Lecter wrote:Unfortunately, probably I. M. Pei's least distinguished work.
dfwcre8tive wrote:The revised Two Dallas Centre was designed by Araldo Cossutta (who worked with Pei and later designed the Tower at Cityplace). It included the 1.7 million-square-foot office building (twin towers joined at the 16th and 23rd floors) and a separate 500-room hotel.
cowboyeagle05 wrote:That parking lot is owned by a family fund out of Houston who uses the money they make on parking to donate to charities down there. Hopefully, the right developer will come along and talk them out of parking revenue and into property development value profits.
The Gordon A. Cain Foundation is a non-profit philanthropic organization incorporated in the State of Texas in 2007. It was founded to provide financial support to charitable organizations primarily in the city of Houston, Texas.
itsjrd1964 wrote:Downtown Dallas Ready for ‘Refuge of Shade’ In Soon-To-Open Pacific Plaza
https://www.dmagazine.com/frontburner/2 ... fic-plaza/
cowboyeagle05 wrote:CAIN JOHN CHARLES
PO BOX 987
ATHENS, TEXAS 757510987
aka The Cain Foundation https://www.gordonacainfoundation.org/The Gordon A. Cain Foundation is a non-profit philanthropic organization incorporated in the State of Texas in 2007. It was founded to provide financial support to charitable organizations primarily in the city of Houston, Texas.
Meadows said her group doesn’t envision Pacific Plaza and the still-to-come green spaces as Klyde Warren-like destination parks. “These are designed as neighborhood parks because people are actually moving back into the downtown core,” she said. “This is about work, live and play all together in one place.”
tamtagon wrote:There was a 'live' shot from the park during the Cowboys game last night.
muncien wrote:tamtagon wrote:There was a 'live' shot from the park during the Cowboys game last night.
I saw that! So cool to see something other than the usual bronze sculpture and Dealey plaza put on national television. Go Cowboys!
exelone31 wrote:Saw that too! How many people in the Dallas area do you think saw that and said "Where is THAT?!"
cowboyeagle05 wrote:This park finally takes the pressure off of Main Street Gardens so they can both serve the larger resident populations better. I fear for Belo Gardens as more times passes because it just seems rudderless as far as purpose.
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