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Arrow DALLAS | Burk Residential Preston Center | FT | 28, 22 FLOORS

Two new high-rises are in the works for North Dallas’ Preston Center

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Developers are detailing plans for two new towers planned in North Dallas’ Preston Center district.

Rosebriar Holdings and Burk Interests announced the high-rises earlier this year on almost 1.5 acres they own along Westchester Drive just east of the Dallas North Tollway.

The developers are seeking zoning to build the two towers with residential, retail and hotel space on the site near Preston Road.
The proposed high-rises will replace a three-story office and single-story retail building along the west side of Westchester.

One residential tower will have 255 apartments and will be developed by Burk Interests.

The other building on the corner will have 240 hotel rooms and 90 condos with ground-floor restaurant and retail space.

“Rather than having additional office on this site, we are bringing in residential and hotel uses,” said Evan Beattie of GFF. “At the center of the site where the two properties come together, there will be a significant open space.”

A landscaped court between the buildings, wide sidewalks on two sidesand lavish plantings of trees and greenery are part of the development plans.

Beattie said the developers are “significantly committing to planting areas and new open space.”
Most of the parking will be in underground garages.
“As a neighbor, we understand our great responsibility of getting this site right,” said investor Leland Burk. “We view this as a legacy project for our family and our partners.”

But before a groundbreaking, the developers must get zoning approval from Dallas’ city plan commission and city council to allow greater height and density for the buildings.

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Old Posted Jun 17, 2020, 12:42 AM
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These look quite nice.
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