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Plans have been filed to the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) for a proposed building of 895 ft/272.7 m. Renderings are not available as of yet. The proposed building would be a couple of miles outside of Downtown but still within the Downtown area. It will be located across the street from the Cityplace Tower (560 ft/121 m), which is in the Cityplace neighborhood. Not only would this be the tallest building outside of Downtown Dallas, it would be the 2nd tallest in the City. The current tallest building is the Bank of America Plaza, which is 72 stories and 921 ft/280.7 m

Received Date: 04/12/2018
Entered Date: 04/12/2018

Work Schedule: 08/01/2018 to 08/01/2020

Structure Type: Building
Structure Name: The Central Office Point 1

Latitude (NAD 83): 32° 48' 30.99" N
Longitude (NAD 83): 96° 47' 32.63" W

Site Elevation: 517
Structure Height: 895
Total Height (AMSL): 1412

Point 1: ... 35&row=391
Point 2: ... 36&row=400
Point 3: ... 38&row=382
Point 4: ... 39&row=395

Credit for this info goes to maconahey on

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The site seems ridiculous for a nearly 900 footer as the CityPlace tower is about the only tall building among a few 20 story buildings and a lot of recent 5-7 floor perimeter block infill. At least it has the McKinney Avenue Trolley and 3 lines of the DART Light Rail directly under the highway so it is well served by transit. Do you know exactly where it would go? The FAA links are all dead links as of today, May 25th.
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