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Hall Arts Tower

Located on 4 acres in the heart of Dallas’ renowned Arts District, this 16-story, 400,000 GSF mixed-use development was the first of two towers to be built over an existing podium and garage of an unbuilt tower planned in the 1980s. Working within the framework of the Arts District master plan, this project includes restaurant, retail and commercial office spaces that provides much-needed vitality within the Dallas Arts District. Central to the project’s design is the “Texas Art Walk” - a linear garden connecting Flora Street and Ross Avenue. Bridging over the existing structure, the Art Walk includes water features, outdoor dining space, public assembly areas and signature art selected from developer Craig Hall’s personal collection.

A dramatic sloping roof with amphitheater seating leads visitors up from the Art Walk to a generous rooftop terrace whose vibrant garden and expansive views create a distinguished setting for special events. A private rooftop garden overlooking the terrace provides building tenants with a dramatic space for outdoor meetings and offers commanding view of the District’s significant architectural collection. Numerous pedestrian plazas, new street trees, improved lighting and ample outdoor seating areas further improve the streets surrounding the project and contribute to the ongoing trend to activate and energize public space in the District.

PROJECT INFORMATION
Location:
Dallas, TX
Team: HKS Architects, Fluidity Design Consultants, Scott Oldner Lighting Design, Brockette Davis Drake
LEED: Gold Certified
Photography Credit: Alex Fradkin

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Hall Arts Tower

Located on 4 acres in the heart of Dallas’ renowned Arts District, this 16-story, 400,000 GSF mixed-use development was the first of two towers to be built over an existing podium and garage of an unbuilt tower planned in the 1980s. Working within the framework of the Arts District master plan, this project includes restaurant, retail and commercial office spaces that provides much-needed vitality within the Dallas Arts District. Central to the project’s design is the “Texas Art Walk” - a linear garden connecting Flora Street and Ross Avenue. Bridging over the existing structure, the Art Walk includes water features, outdoor dining space, public assembly areas and signature art selected from developer Craig Hall’s personal collection.

A dramatic sloping roof with amphitheater seating leads visitors up from the Art Walk to a generous rooftop terrace whose vibrant garden and expansive views create a distinguished setting for special events. A private rooftop garden overlooking the terrace provides building tenants with a dramatic space for outdoor meetings and offers commanding view of the District’s significant architectural collection. Numerous pedestrian plazas, new street trees, improved lighting and ample outdoor seating areas further improve the streets surrounding the project and contribute to the ongoing trend to activate and energize public space in the District.

PROJECT INFORMATION
Location:
Dallas, TX
Team: HKS Architects, Fluidity Design Consultants, Scott Oldner Lighting Design, Brockette Davis Drake
LEED: Gold Certified
Photography Credit: Alex Fradkin