Pacific Elm and the Headington Cos. are teaming up on a 30-story mixed-use project at Ross and Field Street. The Dallas Business Journal reports plans call for 70 high-end residential units and 30 workforce housing units on the upper levels. Further down the tower would be 150 hotel rooms, 12,000 square feet of meeting space and 10,000 square feet of food-and-beverage space with underground parking. Headington currently owns the property.
Pacific Elm previously revealed plans to build an 18-story office tower and 25-floor building with 300 apartments on adjacent properties in the Field Street District, 1100 and 1012 McKinney, on the other side of Griffin Street. That project is still in the design process.
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