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JLL Negotiates Sale of 866,273 SF The Union Mixed-Use Development in Uptown Dallas

The Union in Uptown Dallas features a 21-story office tower, a 309-unit apartment complex and 85,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space.

DALLAS — JLL has negotiated the sale of The Union, an 866,273-square-foot mixed-use development in the Uptown neighborhood of Dallas. According to The Dallas Morning News, the property sold for $370 million. Completed by RED Development in 2018, the office tower at The Union was 94.2 percent leased at the time of sale to tenants including Salesforce, Akin Group and Weaver. Office amenities include a tenant lounge, fitness center and outdoor green space. The Union Dallas also features 85,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space anchored by a Tom Thumb grocery store and a 309-unit apartment building that was developed by StreetLights Residential. JLL represented RED Development, which will retain minority stake in the property, in the transaction. JLL also procured KB Asset Management, the investment arm of Korean conglomerate KB Financial Group, as the buyer and secured a five-year, fixed-rate acquisition loan through Goldman Sachs on behalf of the new ownership.

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