““This is among one of the most exceptional remaining urban development sites in Texas and the tenants we’re trying to attract will expect an equally exceptional building,” Kaizen partner Nick Summerville said. “With that comes both a responsibility and challenge to create a special addition to the tapestry of unique buildings dotting our skyline.”
The Link, designed by BOKA Powell, will have two restaurants, a pop-up lunch concept, an outdoor terrace, a fitness center, a conference center and golf simulators. Construction will begin immediately after the site is cleared, and delivery is expected in fall 2021.”
Tim’s must reads:
‘With Amazon HQ2 Behind Us,’ Uptown Getting 300K SF Office Tower
Kaizen Development Partners to Build 300,000 SF Office Building in Uptown
Starbucks takes big step in bringing Dallas’ Southwest Center Mall back to life
Chicago developer plans huge mixed-use project near Dallas’ Mockingbird Station
Dallas’ landmark Masonic Temple is the newest downtown office address
Allen’s $91 million convention center and hotel open in January, but they’re already bringing business
Knox Street tower moving ahead to replace Weir’s Furniture block
Empty office floors will become Bluelofts live-work centers in Dallas towers
Del Webb Kicking Off Active Adult Project In Trinity Falls
Design District office tower will become new Hilton hotel
Developer drops plans to turn old downtown Dallas jail into new homeless support center
GameStop enters into $700 million deal
Gap looking to close hundreds of namesake stores
CVS set to close $69B Aetna merger after final state approvals
Dunkin’ execs reveal why they want customers to ‘order through a robot’ in the near future
We visited Family Dollar, the store that analysts say is becoming Dollar Tree’s biggest problem. Here’s what we found.
Here is a look at the new store design Baskin-Robbins is testing
Gymboree eyes closing half its stores
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