Tnexster wrote:I thought it was already denied due to height, but if they built any of it I would be thrilled.
Tnexster wrote:I don't know why exactly but I almost feel like Dallas does not want to be on that list.
cowboyeagle05 wrote:Yes and companies move to Dallas to move to the suburbs in most cases. Companies that truly want to be in urban locales move to other cities.
Tivo_Kenevil wrote:cowboyeagle05 wrote:However, selling that to companies is the hard part. Just look at Hillwoood. They've been sitting on that Motor court lot for some time.
eburress wrote:Tivo_Kenevil wrote:cowboyeagle05 wrote:However, selling that to companies is the hard part. Just look at Hillwoood. They've been sitting on that Motor court lot for some time.
Hillwood is sitting on that lot because there's not presently a market for that type of development in Downtown. If Hillwood had tenants lined up, you'd better believe the dust would be flying.
Tivo_Kenevil wrote:Dallas can't compete with Mature Urban centers in terms of offering a True Urban experience (See Boeing) .. However, they can offer companies a much much cheaper Option in a core that's reinventing itself in a more urban way.
willyk wrote:Surface parking lot for Happiest Hour is my bet.
dallaz wrote:What’s being constructed?
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