DALLAS - Construction will start in two weeks to convert the upper floors of the One Dallas Center tower in downtown Dallas into apartments. The 276-unit project will occupy the top 16 floors of the office tower at Bryan and St. Paul streets.
Rents in the building will start at $1,100 a month, and each unit will average about 840 sf. StreetLights Residential is joining the mix to create the rental residences.
The 15 stories of high-rise apartments will be brought to market at a time when downtown's occupancy rate is more than 95 percent.
One Dallas Center is right next door to the site of Dallas’ next planned downtown park at Live Oak and St. Paul. DART’s commuter rail line is on the other side of the building.
One Dallas Center tower is 34 years old.
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