Reimagined 30 years later—Uptown Dallas’ landmark Reimagined 30 years later—Uptown Dallas’ landmark https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=137162016-07-05T05:00:00Z2016-07-05T19:40:00Z

DALLAS - Thanks to a mostly complete $33 million redo, the Crescent’s front door looks a lot different than it did 30 years ago when the project opened.

The entire property is more walk-up friendly with plantings, lighting, signage and outdoor furniture. Contractors installed 7,000 LED lights on the exterior.

The improvements touch every exterior edge of the development, removing barriers and making the complex more pedestrian-friendly.

Concrete driveways down the middle of the buildings have been replaced with stone pavers and rows of trees.

The process of revamping Uptown’s landmark Crescent complex has been almost three years in the making, including planning construction.

The Crescent’s three office buildings are 95 percent leased at some of the highest rents in town, even with 18 months of construction from the underground parking garage to the paving out front.​
Dallas Morning News
Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington


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