Dallas Thanksgiving Tower to Undergo Major Conversion
Even though it was built in 1982, the Thanksgiving Tower is still in the top 10 of Dallas’s tallest buildings. Now known as the Santander Tower, the owners of the 50-story tower are exchanging office space for 228 multifamily units.
Building owner Woods Capital has hired Adolfson & Peterson (AP) to do the adaptive reuse of 10 of the 50 floors. AP’s Will Pender could hardly contain himself, “Adaptive reuse is a thrilling trend in today’s real estate industry. This is an exciting development for the Dallas Central Business District, which is ripe for office-to-residential conversions.”
The conversion will begin later this summer. The mixed-use tower still features office space, multiple on-site dining options including a private dining club and a boutique hotel which is on the top two floors.
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