Baker Botts Snubs Uptown to Stay in Dallas’ Downtown Crow Center

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Not all of Dallas’ big law firms are headed to Uptown. Baker Botts LLP — a 176-year-old firm with several hundred people downtown — has decided to stay in the Trammell Crow Center tower on Ross Avenue. The law firm’s decision to stay in the 50-story tower comes as the skyscraper’s owners are starting a $135 million renovation of the … Read More

International Law Firm Recommits to Downtown Dallas Skyscraper

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An international law firm Baker Botts LLP has decided to stay in its large office within Trammell Crow Center in downtown Dallas, with plans to rebuild its entire space within the skyscraper. Baker Botts signed a lease totaling 104,179 square feet renewing its space within the 50-story office tower at 2001 Ross Avenue. Earlier this month, the institutional investors advised … Read More

Early Look at New Bacchanalia, Star Provisions

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Construction is wrapping up on the new Westside location of lauded Atlanta restaurant Bacchanalia and gourmet market Star Provisions. The concepts from Chef Anne Quatrano and her husband, Clifford Harrison, are expected to open April 3. Atlanta Business Chronicle got an early look at the space. The 10,000-square-foot building is part of a $12 million project known as Ellsworth Office … Read More

JP Morgan Chase to Bring $135M Corporate Magnet to Downtown Dallas

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The ownership behind Trammell Crow Center has unveiled plans to invest $135 million in renovating and expanding the iconic tower and build an adjacent ground-up development that will act as a corporate magnet in the city’s central business district. This is the first major renovation to the 32-year-old tower — one of the tallest skyscrapers in downtown Dallas — since … Read More

Connect Dallas: South Dallas, The Overnight Success, Years in the Making

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With the news and excitement generated about corporate relocations north of Dallas, the submarket south of the CBD has been making its own quiet waves. “South Dallas’ Developments and Industrial Boom,” a session that took place during the recent Connect Dallas conference, touched on why South Dallas is growing, especially on the industrial side, and whether that growth will continue. … Read More