hjkll wrote:Isn’t Trammell Crow also doing 2000 Ross? It was supposed to have residential and now it doesn’t. TC is an anti urban company period.
vman wrote:That pool at the Fairmount is really active.
whit5125 wrote:Cant City Hall get off of their collective asses and do something for just freaking once?
ArtVandelay wrote:Have they delivered the 24 hour diner that was promised?
Matt777 wrote:Tnexster wrote:I like a good mystery
It's just so their lease sheet can have a certain ratio of parking spaces/square footage that higher than competing buildings. It's not based on actual demand. GROSS.
cowboyeagle05 wrote:Is 90% sold a blurry line as well? Do that many people actually live there or is it mostly purchases made for investment/resell? I ask this question honestly.
muncien wrote:DALLAS is also notorious for going with the most costly, overbuilt, unnecessary, option available... So, the 100m isn't surprising. But the reality of building a simple, functional station is probably half that.
DPatel304 wrote:I'd say that theory has already been proven. Uptown started the revitalization, and that has spilled over into other parts of the urban core.