East Quarter Dallas, Texas
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A Growing Neighborhood
The redevelopment of East Quarter has strengthened the Dallas 360 Strategic Plan coupled with the upcoming Harwood Park and the thriving Farmers Market, Deep Ellum and Central Business District areas. East Quarter is now home to office, retail and restaurants.
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
OMNIPLAN repositioned several historic buildings in the East Quarter District. We took special care in restoring them, learning about their history and exposing architectural jewels in each of them dating back to the 1920s and 1930s. We also served as the design architect for the mixed-use building and designed the office space for Order My Gear which is located in the Juanita building.
Magnolia Petroleum Building
The revitalization of this historic building goes beyond the core and shell. The site enhances the pedestrian experience with green space and re-routing Jackson Street to create a public plaza.Learn More
OMNIPLAN was the Design Architect for the Mixed-Use building. The building is programmed to have retail, office and multifamily.
This five-story building was built in 1919. It started as one of the shining jewels of Dallas’ Auto-Row but then fell into disrepair over the years, eventually turning into a popular nightclub. The design focused on restoring the building to its former glory, revealing its elegant and raw character. The building is a now leasable office space.
Juanita is a two-story building with retail on the first floor and office on the second floor. For the facade, we removed paint to expose the beautiful brick and resealed the existing windows. The interior of the building was completely restored with new stairs, bathrooms, and life safety systems.
Order My Gear at Juanita
Order My Gear is a youthful and quickly growing tech start-up. We captured their laid-back culture while also providing a flexible space with room to grow.Learn More
Everything from the facade to the basement has been restored and repositioned for this two-story restaurant space. The building still has the original wood floors, new kitchen ductwork and plumbing, new life safety systems, new restrooms, an elevator, and restored stairs.
Pershing is a two-story building that has leasable office space and a restaurant tenant on the first floor with a new exterior patio. The second floor has new raised flooring to allow for a larger office space that occupies the entire floor.
The Block House
This unique five-story building was built in 1941 and has 33-foot ceilings. It has been repositioned to hold an office tenant and now has a rooftop deck that has views of Dallas' skyline.
The East Quarter District was 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.