Centene Corporation, a leading multi-national healthcare enterprise, is investing more than $1 billion to develop an 80-acre campus that will accommodate approximately 6,000 employees when completed. This development will feature office space, an early childhood development center, a training center, as well as walking trails and water features. The design will preserve and take advantage of the campus’s environment with an emphasis on providing open spaces and natural light, and embracing the site’s natural features.
Bringing the first JW Marriott to Dallas. Categorized as a luxury hotel, it will feature resort-style amenities including a rooftop pool deck & bar, lobby bar, market, 3-meal restaurant, club lounge, grand ballroom and a variety of meeting spaces. This hotel will be situated in the heart of downtown Dallas, in the renowned Dallas Arts District.
Phase II of Deep Ellum’s Epic development will be the exciting new home of Uber. This major hub in downtown Dallas will be home to at least 3,000 Uber employees, becoming its largest hub outside of its San Francisco headquarters. Uber sought a transit-oriented, amenity-rich neighborhood with enough technology talent to help drive the company’s growth post-IPO.
This project will add 175,000 square feet and renovate another 190,000 square feet of the current terminal lobby. Officials say it is the largest construction project in the airport’s history. There will be additional circulation space on the arrivals/baggage claim and departure/ticketing levels, the expansion will provide passengers ample seating, modern ticket counters, numerous charging stations, and five concession spaces. The expansion project will also include 146,000-square-foot exterior canopy.
44-story, 310-unit apartment tower. The building consists of leasable residential apartment units and ground-level restaurant space. Above the ground level are 9 levels of parking for residents and building employees. Above the parking garage is a residential level with a landscaped outdoor amenity terrace, followed by 31 more levels of residential units. At the top of the building are two residential amenity levels with an outdoor pool and a landscaped terrace that allows for prime views of the Colorado River and the city.