The three-storey Epic building on Elm Street and the Good-Latimer Expressway features an office building, an office building and a restored historic building that has become a luxury hotel. Furthermore, in almost two years of work, the mixed-use project is the largest project in the eastern city of Dallas.

Moreover, Westdale Real Estate Investment and Management, a long-term landowner, met with office developer KDC, apartment manufacturer StreetLights Residential and Vine Street Ventures for an 8-acre project. “The Epic is a first-class office building and a boutique hotel, having been on the east side,” commented Westdale president Joe Beard.


The 2550,000-square-foot 2550,000-square-foot office tower also will be finished in the next few months. However, the Westdale offices will increase to 39,000 square meters on high-rise floors. Spaces, a joint venture company that has expanded the footprint of North Texas with other new locations in Plano and Southlake, signed a larger office lease.

Spaces, a unit of Amsterdam-based International Workplace Group, takes 47,000 square meters at Epic. “The Epic is an ideal location for Spaces,” says Michael Berretta, IWG/Space vice president. “The neighborhood and the building will offer our members a vibrant live-work-play atmosphere.”

The Epic office building, developed by KDC, includes a fitness center, outdoor office terraces, numerous shared workspaces, a bicycle storage area and a rooftop terrace on the seventh floor offering views of the city center of Dallas.

Source: Dallas News

Melike Vodina / realestatecoulisse.com