Can a building bridge two subdistricts?

Mixed-Use Development at McKinney and Lemmon Dallas, Texas

Expertise

  • Mixed-Use
  • Workplace
  • Retail

Size

650,000 SF
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A Tale of Two Districts

The existing building on the site was once an Albertsons that closed in 2015. Many residents are excited at the opportunity for another grocery store. This mixed-use site will gain roughly 650,000 SF of retail, restaurant and commercial spaces. Since the big announcement to the public, residents are already expressing their excitement for the new development.

See what the neighborhood thinks:
Yay!! We can finally stop using Walgreens as our local grocery store. lol
- Prettyv08

Yeeeees! This is going to be amazing!
- Menarystudio

Omg this makes me soooooo excited!
- jrgoniwicha

The neighborhood is getting better and better! Can't wait to go shopping there!

Cornelia54
  • 19 Stories
  • 150K SF of Retail & Restaurants
  • 6 Parking Levels
  • 450K SF of Office Space
A New Community Hub

In the heart of Uptown Dallas, the McKinney-Lemmon project will become a vibrant hub of activity for the neighborhood. Uptown’s greatest need is greenspace, and this project’s focal element is a large sky park overlooking Uptown with views of Downtown Dallas. This sky park is envisioned as a place for activity and excitement complete with amenities, restaurants and nightlife. Anchoring the development is Dallas’ first urban Central Market intended to cater to the evolving health needs of this community. Also included in this dense project is 450,000 square feet of office, a large public parking garage and additional retail opportunities.

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