Museum Tower Gets New Neighbor — Office Building With Ground-Floor Retail

Share News:

Museum Tower New Neighbor
Insert New High-Rise Here

Well, that didn’t take long. We know downtown dirt is getting pricier by the minute. So the news last week that the Dallas Symphony Foundation is selling a side-lot on Pearl and Woodall Rodgers to Lincoln Property for $7.2 million wasn’t too surprising. The smidge-over-half-acre lot had been a grassy area for about 20 years, at times punctuated by sculpture.

Lincoln Property plans to erect a 23-story tower on the site with 250,000 square feet of office space and ground floor restaurants.

Lincoln Tower w-Museum Tower
Lincoln Property Proposal

The good news? Now Museum Tower residents will have even more restaurants a few footsteps away.

Museum Tower New Neighbor Map
Lay of the Land

 

Posted in
mm

Jon Anderson

Jon Anderson is CandysDirt.com's condo/HOA and developer columnist, but also covers second home trends on SecondShelters.com. An award-winning columnist, Jon has earned silver and bronze awards for his columns from the National Association of Real Estate Editors in both 2016, 2017 and 2018. When he isn't in Hawaii, Jon enjoys life in the sky in Dallas.

Reader Interactions

Comments

  1. Charles Mann says

    Maybe the MuTo can make a deal with Lincoln Properties to build some “V.I.P. underground tunnels” to those restaurants! That would be a he’ll of a good amenity to keep those rich one percenter residents of theirs from having to walk with the unwashed public just to get something to eat! They could do the same thing for Stephan Pyles’ new joint! What a selling point!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *