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Statler Hilton Redo Renderings

Statler Hilton Redo Renderings

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Published by Robert Wilonsky
What will the new Statler look like? This, maybe.
What will the new Statler look like? This, maybe.

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Published by: Robert Wilonsky on Apr 05, 2014
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Applicable Urban Design Priorities Project Should Achieve
 Centurion American Statler & Jackson St. Garage Urban Design Peer Review
Centurion American Statler &Jackson St. Garage
Neighborhood:Main Street DistrictProgram:Retail/Residential/HotelResidential : 151,713 sqft [178 units]Hotel : 122,874 sqft [221 units]Commercial : 72,561 sqftHotel Amenity : 57,729 sqft
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Context Description
 The site is located in the main street district of downtown. The primary building facade of the hotel is located along Commerce and the proposed parking garage and retail is located along Harwood. Main Street Garden is located directly across the street from the Hotel’s primary facade.  The proposed garage and retail site currently is comprised of four separate parcels which run along Harwood, directly across from the Old Dallas Central Library. Below grade parking currently exists at the northeast corner of the site. Primary considerations include securing historic tax credits and utilizing the scope of the project to encourage district wide public realm enhancements.
Minimizing the Hotel drop off lane located along Commerce-
Hotel drop off and valet stacking should be minimized. Attention should be given to treat this area as a plaza through patterning and materiality. The design should also allow for pedestrian circulation both against the hotel lobby entrance and along the street.
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Downtown Dallas 360Chapter 3, Chapter 4Forward Dallas!Section 5 [urban design element] TIF Urban Design GuidelinesPart III, Part IV [City Center]
Policy References
Main Street Garden1712 Commerce[recently reviewed by the UDPRP]

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