A new look: Uptown Dallas tower’s curvy designs
Dallas Business Journal | Candace Carlisle | October 2, 2014
The developer behind One Uptown has unveiled new renderings of the rebranded 20-story, luxury residential and retail tower under construction of the northwest corner of McKinney and Routh streets.
The new renderings show a curvy building, which the Illinois-based development firm Stoneleigh Cos. expects to be one of the most striking buildings in Uptown upon completion in mid-2016.
Considering the tower’s location in Uptown, Stoneleigh Cos. wanted to rebrand the tower after the neighborhood, said CEO Rick Cavenaugh, who has been working on this project for more than a year.
One Uptown will include 198 luxury apartments, 18,500 square feet of retail and restaurant space and a 475-car underground parking garage.
The project plans also include two pools — Dallas’ highest private rooftop infinity pool and a second floor relaxation pool open to retail patrons, with a full-service bar overlooking the corner.
The developer has already signed restaurant leases with Brazilian steakhouse Fogo de Chao Churrascaria and Style & Grace.
Stoneleigh is working with Dallas-based architect Humphreys & Partners and general contractor Hunt Construction Group on the project.
Other members of the project team include USA Infrastructure Investments LP and equity partner SunGate Capital Funding 2.