The Dallas Design District has attracted a number of multifamily projects in recent years, but the luxury digs at 1400 Hi Line are hitting high marks for its posh upgrades and spectacular views of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge and Trinity River.
Houston-based PM Realty Group began scoping out the 2.5-acre Design District land in the summer of 2008 and broke ground in late 2010. The 23-story, 314-unit multifamily project, which is designed for the “renter by choice,” will open this summer with full completion set in the first quarter 2013.
The units, ranging from 600 square feet to 1,680 square feet, will rent for $1,500 to $5,000. They feature high-level finishes such as floor-to-ceiling glass, granite countertops and wood floors.
“The Design District is becoming an extension of Uptown,” said Bryant Nail, senior vice president of multifamily development at PM Realty Group. “I think we were ahead of the curve a little bit. We thought the luxury market had a void in it, and the incredible views were one of the reasons we chose it.” [Read more.]