Slated as an "Urban Village", this trendy new development of 900,000 square feet spans between Montgomery Plaza and the Cultural District. The development was designed by Good Fulton & Farrell of Dallas. Most of the project is constructed on the former site of the Acme Brick Headquarters. Before redevelopment, this area consisted of run down industrial buildings and some old automobile dealerships. Although primarily situated on the south side of West 7th Street, a few parcels are on the north side. These parcels have been developed with free-standing buildings. The development is mixed use, featuring an office building, ground floor retail with apartments above, and parking garages.
The main street of the development, where most of the buildings face, is Crockett Street, one block south of West 7th. The heart of the development at Crockett and Currie Streets, features a circular intersection with the buildings forming the same circular edge at the street. The block bounded by West 7th, Foch, Crockett, and Currie Streets is the only block where there is no residential component. A 7 story office building sits at the southwest corner of West 7th and Foch and is one of the centerpieces of the development. This office building has been named One West 7th. Within this block are retail shops fronting 7th and Currie Streets. The parking garage is located along Crockett and Foch Streets. This city block was completed as part of the first phase, and it opened in 2009. The next block to the west, bounded by West 7th, Currie, Crockett, and Norwood was also completed as a part of the first phase in 2009. This block features ground floor retail, and four stories of apartments above. The block immediately to the south of this one, bounded by Crockett, Currie, Morton, and Norwood Streets was also completed as a part of the first phase. Phase Two was completed in 2011 and Phase Three was completed in 2014.
Good, Fulton, & Farrell, Dallas