Downtown Dallas' First Arts District Hotel Will Open This Fall

The first hotel in downtown Dallas' booming Arts District is set to open this fall.The 183-room boutique hotel is apart of the $250 million Hall Arts project at Ross Avenue and Leonard Street across from the Meyerson Symphony Center.Along with the hotel, the project includes a 28-story residential high-rise with 44 condominium units priced from about $2 million.The hotel and condo tower will feature newly commission art works and adjoins the existing sculpture plaza on the west side of the new building.The hotel's art collection that will feature up to 50 local and international artists."I strongly believe that art, in all its forms, nourishes the human spirit, and as a long-time patron of the arts in Dallas, I cannot think of a better location for this exciting new boutique hotel," developer Craig Hall said in a statement. "I look forward to welcoming guests this fall to experience all that the neighborhood and hotel have to offer." Construction started on the mixed-use project in the spring of 2017 on a vacant site next door to Hall's KPMG Plaza office tower.The new Hall Arts Hotel was designed by architects HKS Inc. and Bentel & Bentel.The hotel will have two restaurants, including Ellie's, an eatery inspired by Craig Hall's late mother, Ellie Hall.The hotel will have more than 6,000 square feet of space for private events. A rooftop pool at the hotel will have views of downtown.The new hotel will be managed by Latitudes: Lifestyles by Crescent Hotels & Resorts of Virginia. The hotel will include 10 "Arts District-inspired" suites with special luxury features.  Continue reading...

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