How do you make a revitalized place while preserving the past?

East Quarter Dallas, Texas


  • Workplace
  • Retail
  • Mixed-Use
  • Hospitality


1,500,000 SF
Dallas' Newest District

East Quarter was once known as an automotive and industrial hub in the 1920s closely nestled to Downtown Dallas within the Central Business District. With the resurgence of Downtown Dallas, this ideal location is being re-envisioned as a creative epicenter in the heart of Downtown. The historic character of the area will drive the design and planning of East Quarter and create a modern-day urban neighborhood.

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The redevelopment of East Quarter will strengthen the Dallas 360 Strategic Plan coupled with the upcoming Harwood Park and the thriving Farmers Market, Deep Ellum and Central Business District areas. Upon final completion over multiple of phases, East Quarter will be home to office, retail and restaurant space within the various historic buildings.

This is a neighborhood that’s been over 100 years in the making. Some think it’s the best-kept secret in our City.

  • 28 K Square Feet of Retail
  • 174 K Square Feet of Office
  • 341 Multifamily Units
  • 135 K Square Feet of Revitalized Buildings
  • The Block House
  • 2200 Main
  • Waters
  • Juanita
  • Pershing
  • Magnolia Petroleum Building
Capitalizing on Character

This once vibrant urban area in Dallas, between downtown and Deep Ellum, has been slowly picked apart over decades through the demolition of unprotected historic buildings. The remaining historic buildings each embody the elegant and raw character that informs how the new development will stitch the area back together. This pre-existing cultural significance became the inspiration for defining this new area’s character, creating a unique destination for the community to enjoy again.

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