eburress wrote:If you Google the Crystal Palace, you'll notice that it's much more spread-out and shorter (3ish stories). Who knows if the new owners will want to maintain that style, but one can imagine how a 4 story-tall expansion could make the Infomart appear even more consistent with its historic inspiration.
R1070 wrote:Does anyone have info on the construction going on the ramps on Stemmons Freeway?
cowboyeagle05 wrote:Well according to others above its an addition related to equipment to support its growth as a data center so I imagine it's not a lot of office space just utility space related to making the center more up to date and competitive with brand new centers built all over DFW. No new signature restaurants and gyms here just room for lots of a expensive equipment, batteries, heating, and cooling etc.
Tnexster wrote:Had the same thought, expanding to increase it's capacity as a data center. It's such an attractive building, seems odd that this is what it has become.
I45Tex wrote:Might I ask for a quick clarification? Possibly the tech product showroom industry was disappearing, but in Atlanta the apparel mart downtown complex still seems to be chugging along. Maybe Infomart's ownership and lenders modeled a higher foreseeable ROI for the tech industry, but...
unless Dallas' national mart is worse off than Atlanta's, these days, my uneducated guess would at least have anticipated more of a location premium from tapping into the rest of that geographic industry face-to-face hotspot than from ignoring the whole market center and going full digital.
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