Cbdallas wrote:Went to see a movie at Alamo on Sunday and I used to live at the Sears lofts back in 2000. We were pioneers when we moved over there but I always thought the whole area had great potential. A lot has been done but it still needs to have that one big thing happen to make it all pop and come together. Not sure what that is but would love to see this area rise up and really connect with downtown. Maybe it will be the bullet train I don't know...
DBadger wrote:For being the facade of the building, these are extremely small windows. Very odd looking.
cowboyeagle05 wrote:The building just reminds me of a dilapidated Disney Land hotel.
Sonder is one of several companies that are renting blocks of residences to operate as hotel spaces in buildings all over the country.
Now Sonder is taking the top floor of a building in Dallas’ Cedars neighborhood just south of downtown.
The company will create 14 short-stay units in the historic Hotel Newland building on south Akard Street near Interstate 30.
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