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RED Development Breaks Ground on 800,000 SF Union Dallas Mixed-Use Project

The Union Dallas will offer 417,000 square feet of premier Class A office space, a 309-unit residential high-rise building and 87,000 square feet of retail space.

The Union Dallas will offer 417,000 square feet of premier Class A office space, a 309-unit residential high-rise building and 87,000 square feet of retail space.

DALLAS — RED Development has broken ground on The Union Dallas, an 800,000-square-foot office, residential and retail project that is scheduled to be completed in 2018. RED Development, the project developer, is leading the overall design, development and construction of the two-tower, mixed-use project that will offer 417,000 square feet of premier Class A office space, a 309-unit residential high-rise building and 87,000 square feet of retail space.

StreetLights Residential, the strategic project partner, is leading the design and development for the 23-floor residential tower. The name of the residential tower will be “The Christopher.”

The Union will welcome Dallas’ first restaurant location of The Henry, a Sam Fox Restaurant that will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. The approximately 10,000 square foot restaurant will be the first location outside Phoenix, where the restaurant group is based. The Henry will be the second Sam Fox restaurant in Dallas, joining True Food Kitchen.

Two premier professional services firms previously announced they would be moving to The Union Dallas. One of the nation’s largest law firms, Vinson & Elkins, announced plans late last year to move its firm to the project in 2018. Vinson & Elkins will lease approximately 82,000 square feet and occupy three floors of the signature office building. Weaver, the largest independent accounting firm in the Southwest, will move its Dallas office to approximately 58,000 square feet and two floors in the office tower.

Located at Field Street and Cedar Springs Road, the mixed-use project is a connection point for many of Dallas’ most vibrant business and residential districts including Downtown, Uptown, the Arts District and Victory Park neighborhoods.

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