The Dallas Morning News

Turtle Creek may get 2 towers

Houston developer, working on 1 high-rise, eyes plans for another

- By STEVE BROWN Real Estate Editor Twitter: @Stevebrown­dmn

A Houston developer that’s just starting work on a Turtle Creek apartment tower is already signaling plans for a second high-rise.

Hanover Co. is building its 21-story Hanover Turtle Creek tower on Turtle Creek Boulevard near Fairmount Street, just north of the Uptown district.

The 341-unit luxury rental community is going up on the former site of the Turtle Creek Gardens condominiu­ms, which Hanover purchased last year.

The developer partnered to build the high-rise with GID Investment Advisers LLC, which has offices in Atlanta, Boston, San Francisco and other major U.S. cities.

Chicago-based architect

Solomon Cordwell Buenz is designing the building, which will open in 2025.

Now Hanover has filed plans for a second building in the project on Turtle Creek.

“Phase two is on an approximat­ely 2.5-acre site and is anticipate­d to include 20 levels with 323 residentia­l multifamil­y units and a shared 10.5-level precast parking garage,” according to details supplied to the Texas Department of Licensing & Regulation.

The report says the garage is being built as part of the first phase of the project.

Solomon Cordwell Buenz also designed the second tower, which is set to start constructi­on this summer. The building would open in early 2026.

Hanover’s planned towers are just one of the high-rise projects in the works along Turtle Creek.

Next door to the Hanover site, Fairmount, Calif.-based Nexus Developmen­t Corp. plans to build a 25-story residentia­l tower called The Vivante at Turtle Creek. A couple of blocks away on Dickason Avenue, Rosewood Hotels is partnering with a Dallas developer on a 17-story condominiu­m building.

Also along Turtle Creek, Boston-based Carpenter & Co. is planning a $750 million tower project that will include a Four Seasons Hotel plus condos.

The Turtle Creek project is just one new apartment highrise developmen­t Hanover Co. has in the works for Dallas.

The developer recently started constructi­on on a 23story multifamil­y tower on Northwest Highway in North Dallas that will have 213 rental units.

Almost a dozen new highrise apartment buildings are on the way in North Texas.

D-FW leads the country in apartment constructi­on with more than 65,000 units being built at the start of the year.

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