LongonBigD wrote:I saw Bardot Place was going vertical too. I took some pics but forgot to upload them. Nothing really to see except "I" beams stinking out of the roof.
I am not familiar with Room and Board. Looks nice and a good fit for the neighborhood. If they need more space, could they take the two available spaces and go vertical? As soon as I saw the signs at NEST I was wondering if someone would combine the spaces. I had the same thought when 4510 moved, but apparently, they are staying with a furniture focus in their old space. I know others have been supportive of more soft goods retailers, but I am ok with Knox Street being the furniture capital of Dallas. It makes sense with all the appts and condos going up in the area.
High Street Residential, the residential subsidiary of Dallas-based Trammell Crow Co., has landed the first Dallas-area Kohler Signature Store in its soon-to-be completed Knox Heights development, which is expected to open in early 2017.
Tnexster wrote:Trammell Crow Co. snags Kohler store to anchor luxury Dallas project
http://www.bizjournals.com/dallas/news/ ... re-to.html
dwight wrote:There's a "marine layer coming soon" sign up now on one of the retail spaces created in the former Chili's space.
tanzoak wrote:Dwight and Cowboyeagle, when you guys say "condos", what do you mean exactly? Townhomes?
CRE_Investor wrote:Interestingly, most of those "Townhomes" are actually condos. "Townhome" sells better and people normally associate condo with high rise or a larger development, but most of the projects are actually in a condo regime.
The point was that condo is just an ownership structure and doesn't describe the type of units going up.
Is a condo regime for townhouses atypical?
Rocky2017 wrote:Does anyone know what they are building behind Velvet Taco and Dickeys BBQ?
American-made modern home furnishings retailer Room & Board plans to open its first Texas store in Dallas later this year. The retailer which has a cult-like following already has a long online customer base in the Dallas area.
The Minneapolis-based furniture retailer is combining two spaces on McKinney Ave., just south of Knox, formerly occupied Nest and Design Within Reach. The popular Nest home and design store closed last in December after ten years. Design Within Reach moved into NorthPark last year.
NdoorTX wrote:Core sample drilling taking place in the parking between RH & Mecox. Also in the city owned street parking in front of RH.
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