33-Acre Mixed-Use Project in Dallas Slated to Open by End of Summer
- Aug 18, 2008
By Anuradha Kher, Online News EditorDallas–Park Lane Place, a 33-acre mixed-use development in downtown Dallas featuring two million square feet of retail, apartments, condos, hotel space and offices, is expected to be complete by the end of summer. Park Lane Place will consist of a total of 625 residences, which will feature views of downtown Dallas, state-of-the-art amenities and have access to more than 50 shops and restaurants. In addition, Park Lane Place will feature a 210-room Valencia hotel, a 65,000-sq.-ft. sports club/LA health club and spa, a Whole Foods Market that is expected to be the largest in the U.S., and free trolley access to the NorthPark Center mall.Faulkner Design Group designed and planned the lobbies, common areas and all residential units and corridors for the project.Park Lane Place’s residences, named The Heights, consist of three different choices of rental living spaces–The Lofts, The Flats and The Tower–featuring a total of 12 different designs. “Apartments in The Tower have a modern Asian feel, while those in The Flats are designed with a warm and inviting contemporary palette, and The Lofts feature a choice of stained concrete or wood floors throughout, with granite countertops and custom backsplashes in all,” says Adrienne Faulkner, president of Faulkner Design Group. In addition to the lobbies and residential units, Faulkner Design Group has designed two aqua lounges that overlook their respective swimming pools, a lounge with a city view of Dallas in The Flats, and a lounge in The Tower with views of the downtown area. “The overall goal of our interior design team was to blend the interior architecture and design elements with that of the contemporary exterior architecture, so that the feel of the entire project was consistent yet spectacular,” says project designer Ann Mueller, who is also Faulkner’s design director.