Tnexster wrote:This property is apparently for sale.
http://properties.cbre.us/1100-mckinney ... tails.html
whit5125 wrote:Got to be honest, there is a better use for the land than a museum that lets be honest, most people wont go to and is a little too niche of a market.
I just want to see this built as originally proposed for the site in the 80's....lol
eburress wrote:I don't know if the land sold yet, but the owners definitely did put it up for sale. The museum's not happening.
Kaizen Development Partners — which already has one major central Dallas project in the works — and Woods Capital bought the huge building site on the north side of downtown.
They're planning a major mixed-use development on the two-block, almost 6-acre property near Woodall Rodgers Freeway and Field Street.
Kaizen and Woods Capital are buying the land from a Dallas investor who bought the property five years ago with plans to build a South Asian museum and cultural center.
The buyers say their preliminary plans call for 750,000 square feet of office space, 50,000 square feet of retail space and 300 multifamily apartment units.
The developers say they will build the huge project in phases.
eburress wrote:A Union-like development sounds like almost exactly what we're getting, which is hardly a "huge project" when you consider this site is zoned for high-rise construction of up to 5 million square feet. Frankly it's a letdown.
Initial plans for the first phase call for 750,000 square feet of office space, 50,000 square feet of retail space, and 300 multifamily units. Construction is expected to get underway in the fall of 2020.
jetnd87 wrote:Initial plans for the first phase call for 750,000 square feet of office space, 50,000 square feet of retail space, and 300 multifamily units. Construction is expected to get underway in the fall of 2020.
https://www.dmagazine.com/business-econ ... ef=feat-hp
cowboyeagle05 wrote: I am sure they will be worried about bus transit center people wandering through their development so I fear this will be a walled garden development rather than something that interacts with outward-facing parcels..