Developers of downtown Dallas’ East Quarter are eyeing another tower.
Todd Interests and partners have been developing the 20-block area on the east side of downtown since 2018.
Along with renovating more 1920s and ‘30s buildings built in the area, Todd Interests is just completing a 20-story office and apartment tower in the East Quarter at Pearl and Jackson streets.
Now the developer is looking at a high-rise residential building that would be constructed on Main Street. The 47-story, $195 million residential tower would be built at 2222 Main St., according to planning documents filed with the state.
Dallas architect HKS designed the 800,000-square-foot building, which would open in 2025, the state filings show.
Todd Interests executives confirm that they are working on the project.
The proposed residential tower would be the tallest building planned for downtown’s eastern edge.
Developers have been migrating to the area and its adjoining Deep Ellum neighborhood to build new office and residential towers.
Along with the East Quarter redevelopment, Todd Interests and partners spent $460 million to redo downtown’s landmark First National Bank tower into a combination of retail and office space, apartments and a luxury hotel.
And starting in 2012, Todd Interests rebuilt the 30-story One Dallas Center tower at Bryan and St. Paul Streets into a combination of offices and apartments.
Todd Interest’s proposed East Quarter tower would be the tallest new residential building downtown.
The Amli Fountain Place apartments are 45 floors, and the the Atelier tower on Pearl Street is 41 stories.