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Adaptive Reuse Contributes to Ambitious Development Momentum in Dallas' Deep Ellum

With a massive development project called The Epic already under construction as a future home for Uber, a Dallas developer is turning its attention to nearby sites.
December 18, 2019, 2pm PST | James Brasuell | @CasualBrasuell
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Good E Project
Buildings planned for adaptive reuse on Elm Street, across the street from The Epic development project in in Deep Ellum.

Steve Brown reports:

Westdale Real Estate is building the two-block Epic development in Deep Ellum. The developer just broke ground on a fourth building in The Epic that will house thousands of workers for Uber.

Now Westdale is revamping older buildings that are next to The Epic site.

Westdale is planning to adapt six historic buildings in all, leaving the façade while adding new underground utilities, interior shell space, and roofs. The project, name the Good E Project, according to Brown, will include restaurant, retail, and office space. Planetizen has picked up news about Uber's arrival to Deep Ellum, and the neighborhood's ongoing development momentum

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Published on Monday, December 16, 2019 in The Dallas Morning News
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