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Apartments aim to bring 'Seattle cool' to Uptown

By Steve Brown
Real Eastate Editor
steavebrown@dallasnews.com

Apartment builder Alamo Manhattan LLC has begun work on its next Dallas apartment project near Turtle Creek.

The Builder has demolished several small buildings at Routh and Carlisle streets to make way for the 208-unit development.

"This is our third project in Uptown and our pipeline across the nation has grown to about $325 million," said Alamo Manhattan CEO Matt Segrest.  "The aesthetic is very unique for Dallas.  Trying to bring some'Seattle cool' to Uptown.
"It should really stand out in the market," Segrest said.  "We expect to deliver in summer 2015."

The six-story building was designed by Hansley Lamkin Rachel Inc.
Homewood Suites hotel downtown changes hands

The New Homewood Suites in downtown Dallas has a new owner.

The 10-story hotel at Elm and Griffin streets open in October and has been sold by developer Lowen Hospitality Management.

Apple Ten Hospitality Management of Richmond Purchased the 130-suite hotel.

Rick Besse, Bhavesh "B.J." Patel and Sam Winterbottom of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank brokered the sale.

Seller lowen Hospitality redeveloped the former United Fidelity Life Insurance Building - which had been vacant for more than a decade - into the hotel.
Perkins Coie law firm moving to Ross Tower

Downtown Dallas law firm PerkinsCoie is moving its offices.

The firm is expanding its Dallas operation with larger workspace in downtown's Ross Tower, formerly Lincoln Plaza.  Perkins Coie is a few blocks away in Trammell Crow Center.

CBRE Group's Phil Puckett negotiated the 36,175-square-foot new office lease with Mike Silliman od PegasusAblon.

The 45-story Ross Tower on Akard Street is owned by the California State Teachers Retirement System and operated by Lionstone Group of Houston and Dallas'PegasusAblon.

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