JoninATX wrote:Any updates?
Drove by yesterday. Nothing yet.
Work Schedule: 10/16/2017 to 04/30/2019
Site Elevation: 470
Structure Height: 520
Total Height (AMSL): 990
dbent wrote:In the description, it says a mixed-use project with an 8-level podium and a 26-level condominium tower. So, wouldn't that be 32 floors total ? Makes more sense for 440 feet
https://oeaaa.faa.gov/oeaaa/external/se ... 4234&row=5
Tivo_Kenevil wrote:joshua.dodd wrote:That is crazy height for a 25 floor building. The Magnolia is 29 floors and tops at 400 feet.
It's the high ceilings no doubt
HALL Arts Residences features a raised floor system, which enhances each home by providing several advantages that promote energy efficiency, homeowner comfort and convenience. A raised floor system creates an 18” open space between the floor of a room and its structural slab, which can be used for a variety of positive enhancements such as increased sound dampening and consistent heating and air conditioning flow. When renovating for spatial changes or for new technology, a raised access floor system provides homeowners with an extraordinary level of flexibility while minimizing discomfort to neighbors during the process.
520 feet? Downtown Dallas is finally getting some real skyscrapers now!
"We had some delays but have gotten our permits from the city and have started," developer Craig Hall said. "These things always take longer than you expect."
Tnexster wrote:According to them it will be 28 floors and that seems to be with tall floor plates with that raised floor system. Looks like it will be about double the height of KPMG.
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