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Knox Promenade Receives City Approval, Reports The Dallas Morning News

Last month, the KPF-planned, mixed-use development received the go ahead from the Dallas City Plan Commission.

The transformative project preserves and enhances the character of the bustling Knox neighborhood, known for its vibrant shopping and dining scene. Knox Promenade retains an existing structure on site and introduces a dynamic blend of residences, senior living, office space, curated retail spaces, and inviting public areas. Three distinct towers will inject new life into the block, including a 300-unit apartment building facing McKinney Avenue, a 250,000-square-foot KPF-designed office tower, and a senior housing high-rise with 225 homes facing North Central Expressway. According to The Dallas Morning News, the project aims “to have 2.5% units at a price affordable for those earning 81% to 100% of the area’s median family income. Five percent of the units will also be micro-units.”

The project is defined by its inviting public spaces, which include plazas, pedestrian-friendly streets, and green areas. The three buildings open onto a leafy interior courtyard filled with a multitude of trees as well as flush pavers and areas for gathering and community interaction.

Read the full article in The Dallas Morning News here.