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Uptown's Hotel Crescent Court has completed its $30 million renovation. The luxury hotel has a totally redesigned lobby and new bar, while each hotel room now includes a 55-inch HD television, bespoke carpet and motion-activated floor lights.
Builder Mill Creek Residential Trust has broken ground on a 5-story, 344-unit residential project near the Galleria Dallas called The Modera Dallas Midtown. Located on Noel Road, the rental complex will have a lobby coffee bar and ride share lounge.
JPI has broken ground on the second phase of a their West Love development project located near Dallas Love Field Airport. 354 apartments will be built as part of of the 37-acre West Love development, which includes two hotels, retail and office space.
A 165-room luxury hotel that is being built as part of The Epic mixed-use project will be operated by Kimpton Hotels and Restaurants. The project includes restoration of the historic Pythias building, originally built for an African-American fraternity.
Several new projects are in progress along Ross Avenue including the 28-story tower HALL Arts II, the Atelier/Flora Lofts, which will include affordable lofts for artists, and The Academic, located on the site of the former DISD administration building.
The Element by Westin will soon open in the Dallas Medical District, housed in a renovated structure originally built in 1964. The 151-room hotel will have basic LEED certification and will incorporate eco-friendly practices wherever possible.
North Oak Cliff has approximately 20 large-scale residential and commercial projects currently under construction, along with related infrastructure improvements being made to accommodate the area's population growth.
Steam Theory Brewing Company opens this summer at Trinity Groves. In a space set up as a restaurant incubator, the brewpub will have a restaurant, tasting room, and brewing operations. They'll create upwards of 15 beers, serving even more on tap.
In a study from Yardi Systems Inc., Downtown Dallas has been ranked tops for development potential, with more than 86 acres available. This is in addition to the multiple retail and residential projects already in progress, both downtown and citywide.