Dallas Architect Corgan has created a “mixed-use development master plan” for the Dallas Market Center property, which includes millions of square feet of potential development —a mixed-use development featuring office towers, parking structures, roof gardens, a hotel, and retail. Renderings of the proposed development show a series of new towers along the Stemmons Freeway, as well as additional low-rise and mid-rise buildings.
This master planned urban site is envisioned to provide a walkable and inviting pedestrian oriented environment. The master plan is unified through the addition of parks, gardens, plazas, and sidewalks to enhance the pedestrian experience.
Founded in the 1950s by Dallas developer Trammell Crow, the Dallas Market Center occupies more than 40 acres off the Stemmons Freeway at Wycliff Avenue.
Dallas Market Center officials and owners emphasize that these are conceptual plans with no specific start date.
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