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Old July 5th, 2005, 12:23 AM   #1
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DALLAS | Projects & Construction

ST. ANN'S COURT




St. Ann Court will be the newest office building at Harwood International Center. The 24-story glass and metal tower will be located at the corner of Harry Hines and Moody and will include the historic St. Ann School. Designed by architects Perkins and Will/CRA, the building has tapered sides and will contain several European style gardens. The design plan includes a restaurant in the historic St. Ann School building, a private museum and a “Rockefeller Center-style” garden over the parking garage.

AZURE CONDOS- 31 STORIES (HARWOOD INTERNATIONAL CENTER)
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HARWOOD INTERNATIONAL CENTER (NEXT TO VICTORY PARK



PROPOSED LINCOLN TOWER-UPTOWN DALLAS

So far, the Uptown building boom has focused on residential and retail.
But that may soon change. Developer Lincoln Property Co. is seeking tenants for the biggest office tower to be built in the area in more than a decade. Lincoln's building will have 400,000 square feet of space in 20 stories.

STONELEIGH COURT HOTEL CONDOS


RITZ-CARLTON HOTEL & RESIDENCES-DALLAS



Uptown: 11 story Hall street condo planned
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Old July 5th, 2005, 12:44 AM   #2
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You forgot about the Westin Hotel under construction in downtown
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Old July 5th, 2005, 08:39 AM   #3
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DALLAS ROCKS
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Old July 5th, 2005, 01:02 PM   #4
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Here's a complete list for inner-city Dallas(downtown and the adjacent neighborhoods

Dallas (municipal)[U]
New Construction Projects Stories Complete/Status
One Victory Tower (I) 45 2008
Conv. Ctr. Marriot Hotel xx On Hold
City Lights Res. Tower 32 Proposed
W Victory Hotel & Res. Tower North 31 May '06
The Azure 31 Spring '07
The Icon at Victory I 28 Mid '07
The Icon at Victory II xx Proposed
The House ('Vict.Res.Twr. J'-Yoo/Starke)26 Approved
Arts District Tower res. site (Brooks) 25 On Hold
St. Ann Court 24 Approved
One Arts Plaza 7-Eleven Hdqtrs. 24 Early '07
Harwood Glacier Tower res. proj xx On Hold
Hyatt Classic Residence xx Early '08
Hall Arts Dist. LS site (2 res. bldgs.) xx On Hold
Sunrise Condominiums project 23 Early '08
Cresta Bella 22 Late '07
Stoneleigh Residences 22 Approved
The Ashton 21 Mar '05
Ritz Carlton Hotel & Res. 21 2007
The Mondrian 20 Apr '05
2000 McKinney (Lincoln off. proj.) 20 Planned
Galleria North Condo. project 20 Planned
Harwood Maple Ave. project xx On Hold
One Victory Tower (II) xx 2008
Ritz Carlton Hotel & Res.Tower II 19 Proposed
One Victory Park off. bldg. I 18 Approved
One Victory Park off. bldg. II 18 Approved
Gulf States Bldg. II 17 Summer '06
UTSWMC Biomedical Research Ctr. 16 2004
Rosewood Court (CarrAmer. off. proj.) 16 Planned
W Victory Hotel & Res. Tower South 15 May '06
Mercantile Condo Tower xx Planned
Prestonwood/Arapaho Condo. project 15 Planned
Hunt Hdqtrs. Tower 14 Approved
Sofitel Site Hotel & Res. project xx Planned
One Arts Plaza Residences xx Planned
Park Ln. Place (multi. res. bldgs.) xx Spring '07
Mockingbird Stn. exp. (multi.res.bldgs.)xx Planned
Children's Med. Ctr. Twr. III 12 Planned
Children's Med. Ctr. Twr. IV 12 Planned
Employers Insur. Bldg. II 11 Approved
State-Thomas Hall St. tower proj. 11 Planned
Joule Urban Resort Tower II 10 March '06
Routh St. Complex condo. project 10 Planned
Maple Terrace Condo. Tower project xx Planned
CMC/UTSWMC Research Tower xx Planned

//not incl. unannounced portions of West Village Master Plan
//not incl. unannounced portions of Victory Park Master Plan
//not incl. the remainder of unannounced International Center Master Plan
* list comprised of structures 10 stories and greater since '04
** structures listed w/stories as "xx" are placed in their approx. likely list position


Renovations/Res. Conversions Stories Complete/Status
Republic Bank Tower I 36 2006
Mercantile Tower 36 Planned
1600 Pacific 33 Planned
Fidelity Union Tower I - Pacific Place 31 2007
1200 Main - The Metropolitan 26 2008
Fidelity Union Tower II - Pacific Place 21 2007
Statler-Hilton/Grand Hotel 20 On Hold
Joule Urban Resort Tower I 17 March '06
Gulf States Bldg. I 16 Summer '06
Dallas Power & Light Bldg. 16 2006
Praetorian Bldg. 16 Planned
Pegasus Villas 16 2005/6
Atmos Building I 13 Planned
Children's Med. Ctr. Twr II expansion 12 2004
Atmos Building II 12 Planned
Atmos Building III 10 Planned
Continental Building 11 Planned
Civil Courts Bldg. expansion 10 2006

* list comprised of structures 10 stories and greater since '04
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Old July 5th, 2005, 07:48 PM   #5
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I like the Azure Condos with the trees on top, the pool, and the little waterfall on the corner. I also like how it is supposed to look at night, a lot of vibrant colors.

Congrats to Dallas for all of their projects.
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Old September 11th, 2005, 08:18 AM   #6
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Old September 11th, 2005, 08:25 AM   #7
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DALLAS-VICTORY PARK (Phillippe Starck's/THE HOUSE included)

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Old September 11th, 2005, 08:35 AM   #8
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wow, i had no idea dallas was growing like this. that awsome!
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Old September 11th, 2005, 11:03 AM   #9
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I love Dallas.. !!
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Old September 18th, 2005, 07:13 PM   #10
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You're not going to recognize Dallas in ten years. I mean, really...
All funded and/or already under construction:

Uptown: Ritz-Carlton - Dallas



Hillwood's Victory - Dallas

The House by Stark and Yoo


The Icon





Downtown Arts District:

One Arts Plaza (7-11 Headquarters)




Wyly Threatre

Winspear Opera House




Dallas Trinity Corridor Project (Like NYC's Central Park, only a whole lot bigger):

Intersate 30 Bridge

Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge


More on the way...
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Old September 18th, 2005, 08:37 PM   #11
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It's really good to see Dallas building like they are.

I like the Wyly Threatre and the Ritz Carlton a lot.
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Old October 19th, 2005, 08:06 AM   #12
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the river area is prime rib for some juicy scrapers......just keep it green
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Old October 19th, 2005, 09:55 AM   #13
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Dallas is a fine looking city, eventhough one doesnt hear much about it.
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Old October 20th, 2005, 05:28 AM   #14
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I spent most of my life living in Dallas, including a long stint in the uptown area. There were so many green grass plots and parking lots among those wonderful 1980s skyscrapers. One of the great Dallas architects, Harwood K. Smith, once lamented about the open lots ruining the continuity of the downtown area.

Glad to see that people are developing a vision, especially on the North Side of Woodall Rodgers.
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Old October 20th, 2005, 06:01 AM   #15
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The cultural developments look great.

I like the Ritz-Carlton as well. Way different from the Toronto one. I feel the Toronto one will really blend in well and add to our skyline. Do you Dallas people feel the same about your Ritz?
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Old October 20th, 2005, 06:55 AM   #16
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Old October 20th, 2005, 04:27 PM   #17
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That's sweet ! Now is the rumored 47st building for the CBD something different ?
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Old November 20th, 2005, 08:38 PM   #18
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One Victory Tower

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I'd love to visit dallas some time soon. Best years of my time were in the Big D
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Arts District to gain $100 million residential tower

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12:00 AM CST on Tuesday, January 31, 2006
By STEVE BROWN / The Dallas Morning News


Dallas' newest residential high-rise will be a standout in an exclusive neighborhood.

Located smack between the Nasher Sculpture Center and the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, the 20-story Museum Tower has what developers hope is a one-of-a-kind address.

"We think we have an extraordinary site," said John Sughrue, whose Brook Partners is teaming up with investor Turtle Creek Holdings to build the $100 million tower. "It is in the true heart of the Arts District."

Indeed, it would be hard to find a more central location than the block between Pearl and Olive streets. The residential building will overlook the Nasher sculpture garden and tower over the nearby symphony hall and Dallas Museum of Art.

"Our aspiration was to design a residence that will offer a sophisticated urban lifestyle," Mr. Sughrue, who has developed other projects downtown, said Monday.

The sleek stone and glass building was designed by architect Rick del Monte with the Beck Group – who collaborated on the Nasher Sculpture Center and the new Hunt Consolidated tower a few blocks away on Woodall Rodgers Freeway. Booziotis & Co. Architects has been hired to work on the interior spaces.

Mr. Sughrue said the plan is to build a condo tower that "will complement our Arts District neighbors – more timeless than flamboyant."

The building is designed to contain between 100 and 125 condos, depending how large the buyers want. The units will range in size from around 900 square feet to 7,500 square feet and will be "priced competitively" with other luxury buildings in the market, the developers said. Most of those projects sell for between $450 and $600 per square foot, depending upon how elaborate the building is.

Along with the central building, the Museum Tower will include underground parking, a half-dozen low-rise townhouses directly across from the Nasher garden, a swimming pool and gardens for the residents. The north side of the building also faces one of the parks planned for across the freeway.

"We think this Woodall Rodgers Park will be a fabulous amenity to this building," said Robbie Briggs of Briggs Freeman Real Estate Brokerage, which is marketing the project. "We are appealing to people who are truly interested in good architecture and the Arts District."

Museum Tower is scheduled to start construction later this year and will take about 18 to 24 months to complete.

Because of its location, the building will be one of the most visible additions to the 20-block cultural district on the north side of downtown.

The Arts District is also seeing construction of the $275 million Dallas Center for Performing Arts and the $100 million One Arts Plaza building, which will house 7-Eleven's corporate offices, condos and retail space.

The timing for the Museum Tower couldn't be better, said Bill Lively, president of the Dallas Center for Performing Arts Foundation.

"This complement brings life into the district," Mr. Lively said. "In every case where these things work effectively, there is a residential component."

Planned in the 1980s, the Arts District was always designed for a variety of construction. But during the early years, the private-sector focus was on office space.

Eight years ago when Brook Partners bought the Museum Tower site, the plan was to do an office tower.

"When the Arts District was laid out, they sought a residential component," said Daniel Boeckman with Turtle Creek Holdings. "It's all coming together right now."

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