Three new high-rises will replace vacant office block on Dallas’ Turtle Creek

Prescott Realty Group is tearing down the more than half-century-old Republic Insurance buildings for the new project.

Developer Prescott Realty Group plans to build three high-rises on the site of the old Republic Insurance buildings on Turtle Creek.(HKS)

Demolition crews are busy taking down a Turtle Creek office block to make way for a new high-rise complex.

Prescott Realty Group has been working for more than two years to redevelop the former Republic Insurance offices at 2727 Turtle Creek Boulevard just north of Dallas’ Uptown district.

The more than half-century-old insurance buildings have been vacant for years and are being cleared to make way for three new towers. Offices, condos, a hotel and high-rise apartments will sit on the more than 5-acre site.

“We will have the land cleared by the end of the first quarter, and we hope vertical construction starts right after that,” said Prescott Realty president Vance Detwiler. “We anticipate the entire project will be started in 2020.”

Called 2727 Turtle Creek, the project includes a 19-story, 284,000-square-foot office tower, a 20-story 250-unit apartment high-rise and a 24-story hotel and condo tower with 200 rooms and 45 residences. There will be about 25,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space on the lower floors of the buildings.

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6:00 AM on Sep 13, 2019

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