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Dallas Design District

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The Design District is a roughly 160-acre area just west of downtown Dallas and on the northside of the Trinity River corridor. Currently the area has roughly 2.4 - 2.5 million sf of existing building space. A master plan done by Good Fulton & Farrell shows that over 20 years, the Design District could grow to include:

- 1.5 million sf of retail/showroom space

- 2.4 million sf of office space

- 4,000 residential units

- 550 hotel rooms


Trinity Lofts


The Trinity Lofts is the first residential and retail project to take place in the Design District. It will be built by converting a three-story office building into a four-story, 66 unit building. There will also four new three-story buildings constructed. In total, Trinity Lofts will contain 92 residential units with 80 being conventional units and 12 being live-work units. Up to 24,000 sf of showroom space will be included in the project. The Trinty Lofts could be ready for move in by fall of 2006.

The Trinity Lofts project has views of the Dallas skyline, the Victory project and is a short distance from the West End. It is also yards away from the Katy Trail, which will be extended through the planned Old Trinity Trail and ultimately connect to the Trinity River Corridor Project, a $1 billion-plus project that will transform part of the corridor and forest into an urban park and recreation area.

Dallas Business Journal: Homing in on Design District

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