Landmark Dallas Crescent $65M makeoverLandmark Dallas Crescent $65M makeoverhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=25472014-11-10T11:38:00Z2014-11-07T00:00:00Z

DALLAS - Starting early next year, the landmark Crescent complex in Uptown will get almost $65 million in upgrades.

The Crescent’s owners plan to open the complex up to the area by tearing down fences, installing eye-catching display windows and replacing yards of hot concrete with landscaping and pedestrian areas around the buildings.

One of the most visible changes will be the construction of a one-acre park at McKinney and Pearl.

The Palomino restaurant on Cedar Springs will be enlarged, with a new outdoor seating area that dominates the north side of the building, and bright glass storefronts will be added to the exterior of the Stanley Korshak store and adjoining buildings that line the street.

The owners will spend $30 million to remodel the office and retail portion of the Crescent.

The Rosewood Crescent Hotel is expected to announce plans soon for a $35 million upgrade of the hotel, spa and club. The changes come on top of $15 million just spent to upgrade mechanical systems at the Crescent.

Dallas Morning News
Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington
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