Kelley USA wrote:Three more tenants announced for Victory Park...
http://dallas.culturemap.com/news/resta ... tory-park/
Kelley USA wrote:Thought about going to Cinepolis this weekend, but was surprised to see all the ticket prices at basically $20. I think that would pretty much make them the highest priced movie ticket in DFW. Could be wrong about that. I know sometimes you pay extra for IMAX or 3D movies but haven't seem them that high for just a regular movie.
"We are 83 percent leased now," Montesi said. "When we got the call to come to Victory Park, it was 28 percent leased."
Almost half of the new retail street tenants are food and beverage operators — not the high-end apparel and home goods merchants originally planned for the project.
Victory Plaza is a luxury high rise residential tower in the Victory District in Dallas. The project consists of retail space, lobby, leasing offices, structured parking, amenity deck, and 365 units. Its units range from 743 sqft to penthouse apartments at 2,498 sqft with views to downtown Dallas. The project performs three main pedestrian focused objectives, connecting AT&T Plaza’s to the new retail on Victory Place, link east-west on Olive Street with pedestrian-oriented design and porous landscaped frontage, and activate all three sides with use like retail, lobbies, and pocket parks. The podium garage stretches across the site in a tiered fashion with amenity functions on the higher roof and a green roof occupying a second lower level. The building’s tower design and massing gives a sensation that the masonry form is supporting a lifted glass box form.
ContriveDallasite wrote:It looks fine, and will fit the neighborhood well. What's the hype with being taller than the W Hotel? Is it solely on the fact that the previous project proposed on this site was supposed to be taller?
I would say a solid front of 30 story buildings fronting the highway is good enough I really want to see a 60-70 story building go up on the Forum site though.
R1070 wrote:When the building was announced in the news, it was announced as the new tallest building in VP. I'm not sure that will be the case.
Tucy wrote:R1070 wrote:When the building was announced in the news, it was announced as the new tallest building in VP. I'm not sure that will be the case.
The "announcement" that it would be the tallest building in VP may be little more than Steve Brown leaping to the (desired) conclusion that because it has more floors it will therefore be taller than the W.
willyk wrote:Looks like Kessler Pies came and went without serving a single slice.
Matt777 wrote:willyk wrote:Looks like Kessler Pies came and went without serving a single slice.
It was always meant as a 3 month pop up. The space was won in a contest. They were open. They won the space through the end of August, and then the pop up ended.
https://www.dmagazine.com/food-drink/20 ... tory-park/
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