|Downtown Dallas runs out of old buildings to redo||Downtown Dallas runs out of old buildings to redo||https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=18201||2017-10-30T05:00:00Z||2017-10-30T22:55:00Z|
DALLAS – Dallas' Corrigan Tower is by no means the first old office tower to make the transition to new apartments.
But it will be one of the last.
That's because downtown Dallas has run out of old buildings to redo.
Corrigan Tower—at Pacific Ave. and St. Paul St.—until recently was one of the few remaining vacant office high-rises not repurposed for apartments or hotel rooms.
The 18-story mid-century modern tower at 1900 Pacific is now opening its doors with 150 luxury apartments, ground floor retail space and a rooftop pool overlooking the site of downtown's next park.
Redone from basement to roof deck, the light and dark gray Corrigan Tower was built in 1952 by iconic Dallas real estate tycoon Leo Corrigan.
Rents start at near $1,100 a month for the smallest, almost 700-sf studio apartment.
The largest two-bedroom, two-bath rental unit with more than 1,400 sf goes for about $2,500.
|Dallas News||Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington||Multifamily|| https://www.dallasnews.com/business/real-estate/2017/10/27/downtown-dallas-historic-corrigan-tower-latest-cool-urban-address-renters|
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