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July 6, 2016 Comments Off on Dallas Still Divided, Despite Klyde Warren Views: 502 California News, Dallas-Fort Worth, National News, Southwest, Texas News

Dallas Still Divided, Despite Klyde Warren

Dallas’ Klyde Warren Park, a five-acre, deck park straddling the eight-lane Woodall Rogers Freeway in Dallas, was developed to connect the Uptown submarket with Dallas’ Arts District and CBD. Though the park has created green space in the midst of a concrete jungle, a gulf still looms between the Uptown and CBD office markets.

According to a new study of CBD and Uptown office buildings by Jones Lang LaSalle, the downtown skyscrapers are between 16%-45% vacant. Meanwhile, the newer buildings in the Uptown submarket have vacancies less than 10%.

The divide can also be seen in rents; in Uptown, rents run about $48 per square foot. However, just to the south, in downtown, the average rent is just above $28.

Read More at Dallas Morning News

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