4 Of The Most Massive Mixed-Use Projects In Dallas’ Pipeline

Construction cranes are building every asset class from White Settlement to Mesquite and from Denton to Waxahachie. A handful of projects within Dallas blur the lines of asset classes with massive mixed-use developments. Here is a look at four of the largest under construction.

Dallas Midtown

4 Of The Most Massive Mixed-Use Projects In Dallas’ Pipeline

Courtesy of Dallas Midtown // Dallas Midtown rendering

The former Valley View Center mall met a wrecking ball in June when demolition began to make way for Beck Ventures’ $4B master planned development. The project, at the corner of Preston Road and Interstate 635, will have 1,000 multifamily units, a 440-room hotel, 500K SF of offices, 400K SF of retail anchored by a Life Time Fitness and a Cinépolis movie theater, and walking trails connecting to White Rock Lake. Its first phase delivers in 2019.

Park District

The 20-story tower is about 44% leased to anchor tenant PricewaterhouseCoopers and will deliver in January 2018 after topping out in April. PwC tower has 3:1,000 SF parking patios and five balconies for tenant use. Developer Trammell Crow remains busy with tenant interest, Trammell Crow project coordinator Mallory Mullen said. The adjacent 33-story residential tower has seen a lot of interest in its 228 units, thanks in part to the resort-style pool with killer views of Klyde Warren Park, Mullen said.

Courtesy of Trammell Crow/HKS // PwC Tower at Park District

Trammell Crow’s dual-tower, mixed-use development, named for its proximity to Klyde Warren Park, will bring 900K SF of office, retail and multifamily online. PwC Tower, the 20-story office project named for its 200K SF anchor tenant, topped out in April and will deliver in January. The 33-story, 228-unit residential tower by HighStreet Residential will begin pre-leasing this fall. Leases on the 20K SF of retail have yet to be publicized. The Office of James Burnett, the architect of famed Klyde Warren Park, designed the plaza connecting the office and residential towers.

The Epic

Westdale, KDC, StreetLights Residential and Vine Street Ventures started construction on the 8-acre Epic high-rise in Deep Ellum. The mixed-use project will open at Good-Latimer Expressway and Pacific Street in late 2019.

Courtesy of Perkins+Will Epic in Deep Ellum

Westdale and KDC’s eight-acre, transit-oriented development at Good Latimer Expressway and Pacific Street in Deep Ellum will combine office, multifamily and a boutique hotel when it is completed in late 2019. An adaptive reuse will turn the Union Bakers Building into a new, 164-room Pittman Hotel, developed by Vine Street Ventures. KDC’s 250K SF office tower will have 10 floors, along with a rooftop café, an amenity deck, a fitness center and ground-floor retail. Perkins+Will is the architect for the office tower, and Balfour Beatty is the general contractor. StreetLights will develop 300 units of multifamily in a 20-story tower. Craig Henry from Looney Ricks Kiss is designing the multifamily tower.

The Union Dallas

The Union Dallas

Courtesy of Red Development // Rendering of The Union Dallas

Centered around a 60K SF Tom Thumb grocery store, this office, retail and residential development will deliver at the seam between Uptown and Victory Park on Cedar Spring Road in 2018. The Red Development project is being constructed by DPR. Primoris Services Corp., Weaver and Akin Gump have inked leases in the 22-story office tower. In December, law firm Vinson & Elkins agreed to lease three floors at the Union, effectively allowing the development to break ground. But in April, Vinson & Elkins backed out and announced it would stay at its Downtown office in Trammell Crow Center. StreetLights is building a 23-story apartment tower with 309 units called The Christopher.

Courtesy of Bisnow Dallas/Fort-Worth

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