joshua.dodd wrote:It's going to age badly. I for see this will undergo a new facade whenever the new architectural trend comes around in the next ten or fifteen years.
JREDallas wrote:^ And then 50 years after that someone will renovate and uncover the tile?
Tivo_Kenevil wrote:Tnexster wrote:I wish they would uncover the tile on the Sheraton.
I wish we would destroy the Sheraton (Southland Life) and rebuild a new tower...
dukemeredith wrote:I agree that the blue tile will not age well. But it's only tile, and they can put up a new facade relatively inexpensively in the future.
Commissary, the bakery and butcher shop from Joule Dallas hotel owner Tim Headington, will open on November 6, and will be open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
The renovation marks 1217 Main Street as a new architectural landmark in downtown Dallas. 5G itself will move its international corporate headquarters into the building this fall, along with local creative firm, Swoon, The Studio.
exelone31 wrote:Stopped by Commissary on Friday for lunch. The place was packed! The food was amazing as well. If you're hungry for an incredible French Dip or Porchetta sandwich, look no further.