This video taken in Summer 2022. It’s like I can feel the Texas heat coming from this video lol. It shows a portion of Preston Center, the Park Cities (very affluent single family residential), Turtle Creek, Uptown, close to Victory Park, and ending in Downtown. Imma try to get as many projects mentioned as I can. I probably left some out…
(Uptown is under height restrictions due to Love Field. BTW many of the links feature full renderings and site plans)
Starts - Preston Center (Dallas). High-rises in the distance is where the new 20+ story residential tower going up (no official renderings released yet).
0:50 - Park Cities (University Park - Highland Park)
10:08 - entering into the Dallas city limits from the Park Cities (Turtle Creek Blvd - Turtle Creek neighborhood). The Turtle Creek Corridor is a very nice and heavily landscaped urban parkway. With a series of parks a long Turtle Creek itself. Condo/residential/hotel/office towers overlooking the parkway.
13:36 - the empty lot on the right is where the Four Seasons Turtle Creek is going to be built at 454 ft.
14:25 - entering Uptown (Katy Trail bridge above - in video link trail starts at 11:00). It’s very popular and attracts over 1 million visitors a year.
14:55 until 15:07 - on the left is where the planned 3 tower complex by Lincoln Property is suppose to be built. 415 ft / 385 ft / 330 ft
15:20 - to the right is 23Springs U/C, a 399 ft office building. Next to it is 2811 Maple a 31 story residential tower at 372 ft that’s also U/C
16:50 - the main cluster of high-rises in Uptown
17:50 - Strip Shopping Center where a planned high-rise hotel is suppose to go
19:00 - Victory Park high-rises in the distance
20:24 - urban Tom Thumb to the left with office and residential on top. To the right is the North End Apartments recently demolished for Goldman Sachs new campus.
21:00 - Downtown Dallas
Hopefully, many can see the effort in the last decade to further urbanize and densify.