Developer Hunt Realty Investments plans to redevelop 20 acres around the Reunion Tower in downtown Dallas, Texas at a cost of $5 billion, The Dallas Morning News reported. The project located next to the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center that the city plans to begin building next year. Hunt’s plan calls for constructing a dozen new high-rise residential and commercial buildings with up to 3,000 apartment units, a hotel with 600 to 1,000 rooms, 150,000 square feet of retail space and 2 million square feet of office space, as well as a 3- to 4-acre park. It also plans to redevelop the historic Union Station, located across the railroad tracks from Reunion Tower. The first phase of construction will include hotel, retail, dining and entertainment real estate to support the convention center, and affordable apartments. Hart Howerton architects prepared the new master plan.
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