Stillwater Launches Dallas Project

Featuring 336 units, The Crosby is being developed in Dallas' Deep Ellum submarket, and will include 3,000 square feet of co-working space.

Rendering of The Crosby, Dallas
Rendering of The Crosby, Dallas

Stillwater Capital has broken ground on The Crosby, a 3.9-acre multifamily development in Dallas‘ Deep Ellum submarket. The project’s design, by HLR Architects, reflects the neighborhood’s historical industrial and commercial buildings. 

Located at 300 South Hall St., the community will offer 336 studio, one- and two-bedroom units ranging from 535 to 1,176 square feet. Interior features include stainless steel appliances, faux wood floors, walk-in closets, balcony/patios, quartz countertops, custom designer cabinetry and soaking tubs. The five-story property will also include 3,000 square feet of co-working space.

Residents will have access to amenities such as:

  • indoor and outdoor areas
  • rooftop deck 
  • lounge
  • dog park
  • bike storage
  • resort-style pool
  • state-of-the-art fitness center
  • micro-market
  • views of Deep Ellum and downtown 

“In Deep Ellum, we see a neighborhood that has long been part of the fabric of Dallas. The artistic and cultural character of Deep Ellum is unique to any other area in the city,” said Aaron Sherman of Stillwater Capital in a prepared statement. “In recent years, as the once fractured ownership has coalesced around a more cohesive vision, the neighborhood has renewed energy that we expect to continue. Deep Ellum has always been a wonderful entertainment area and as it continues to evolve, adding more permanent residence and office space will only add to the success.” 

Rendering courtesy of Stillwater Capital