Three new skyscraper projects are coming to Dallas that will change up the Dallas Skyline. In smaller scale news, a new business park is set to go up in the East of Dallas. The Dallas Morning News wrote about the new business park project in an article published on November 9th. In it they say:
“The Sunnyvale Business Center development will include almost 650,000 square feet of space and is near Planters Road. The new business park is valued at more than $20 million in construction. Richardson-based Alliance Architects designed the project. Construction is set to start before the end of the year.”
As for the three new skyscrapers, The Dallas Morning News also had a piece on that published on November 13th. In it they say:
“The COVID-19 pandemic has proven no match for Dallas’ real estate development ambitions. New downtown Dallas projects unveiled in recent months would forever change the city’s skyline with office towers, residential high-rises, hotels and retail. Three major developments — two downtown and one just to the north in Uptown — would add billions of dollars in construction and millions of square feet of additional space.”
It’s easy to agree with The Dallas Morning News, Covid doesn’t seem to be keeping Dallas development down all too much.