BY Kristie Ramirez, Rhonda Reinhart, Rosie Roberson and Elaine Raffel | June 25, 2019 | Home & Real Estate
The Epic will forever change the landscape of the east side of downtown Dallas.
The latest advancement in the evolution of Deep Ellum is one of epic proportions. Developed by Dallas-based Westdale Real Estate Investment and Management, The Epic (theepicdallas.com) is an 8-acre mixed-use project featuring three buildings where tenants and guests can live, work, play and more. The contemporary Epic office tower, designed by Perkins + Will, climbs 16 stories and includes 55,000 square feet of restaurant and retail space. Miami import Komodo, the buzzworthy restaurant from hospitality entrepreneur David Grutman, will occupy the ground floor of the tower. Later this year, leasing begins for The Epic’s second phase of development: a 26-story, 310-unit luxury residential high-rise called The Hamilton. Amenities include a resort-style pool deck, private dining room, fitness center and dog-washing station. The Pittman Hotel, a Kimpton flag, is the final piece of The Epic puzzle. Look for it in 2020.
Photography Courtesy Of: Rendering by Westdale