A familiar Dallas property is getting a reboot with a new name.
Developer Stream Realty Partners bought Uptown’s landmark Quadrangle retail and office center last year and announced plans for a redo.
Now Stream Realty is disclosing more details, including a new identity for the 4-acre development.
The real estate firm is calling its project The Quad.
Redevelopment plans include construction of a 12-story office tower plus new retail space on the two-block property at Howell and Routh streets near McKinney Avenue.
“Over the last year, we have cast a vision for The Quad that will reestablish the gravitational pull it had in Uptown for several decades,” Ramsey March, Stream Realty managing director, said in a statement. “We believe the location, design and amenity offering appeals in particular to creative-class tenants looking for something different in Uptown.”
Designed by Dallas architect Omniplan, the 335,000-square-foot office building will include The Quad Club on the top floor, an amenity center with tenant lounge, conference center and terrace overlooking downtown Dallas and Uptown.
At the corner of the existing shopping center, Stream Realty is building five retail bungalows with 15,000 square feet of space for food service and restaurant tenants.
“With the property’s unique combination of office space and retail experiences, The Quad will attract tenants of all kinds, bringing a new level of vitality to the Uptown area,” Stream Realty’s J.J. Leonard said.
Construction on the project is set to start this summer, and completion is set for late 2022.
Built in 1966 as a Southwestern-style compound of one-of-a-kind shops and small office spaces, the Quadrangle has gone through several renovations. A redevelopment in the 1980s added an office building and changed the original exteriors of most of the buildings.
Stream Realty’s new office building at The Quad is one of several new high-rise office and residential buildings on the way in that area of Uptown.