The Ultimate in High-Rise Luxury is at The Residences at The Stoneleigh
... So, when you see the Blue Quartzite fireplace mantle, custom oak herringbone flooring, Cowtan and Tout wallcoverings, and the Fusion Green Quartzite island countertop with a custom edge thank Barry for that! Of course, well-respected general contractors, TriArc Construction, did the heavy lifting!...
Two Things Driving Downtown Dallas To The Top And One Thing Pulling It Down
Downtown Dallas is coming into its own through residential development, infill remodels and city initiatives. Experts say they have seen Downtown morph over the last decade from a vacant place to a viable and (almost) vibrant place.
TriArc Construction Named in GC Magazine's The Best Multifamily Contractors in Dallas, Texas
TriArc Construction was co-founded by Shane Deville, who has enjoyed a 29-year construction career working with both U.S. and international clients. Under his leadership, the company has earned high-profile projects that are valued up to $140 million.
TriArc Construction Named in GC Magazine's Best Hotel & Hospitality Contractor List
TriArc Construction was ranked sixth in the Best Hotel and Hospitality contractors in the Dallas, Texas area by General Contracting Magazine.
DallasNews.com - Empty office floors will become Bluelofts live-work centers in Dallas towers
Down the hall in a downtown Dallas office tower, an unmarked door hides a surprise. Instead of an insurance company or law firm, the 23rd-floor suite houses a luxury apartment. It's the first of hundreds of such units that the owners of Dallas-based Bluelofts want to build in vacant office space.
AIA Dallas - Architecture on Tap: Designing in Active Voice
TriArc Construction attended the the AIA Dallas summer happy hour panel series, Architecture on Tap, presented by AG&E Structural Engenuity, with a session organized by the AIA Dallas Public Policy Committee titled: Architecture on Tap: Designing in Active Voice.
After Years Of Abandonment, What The Statler Hilton Can Teach Us About Preservation
A group of architecture buffs got a sneak peek at the Statler Hilton in downtown Dallas. The 1950s icon was the place where Tina Turner famously dumped her abusive husband Ike. Abandoned since 2001, it’s now being transformed into a hotel and apartment building.
America’s 11 Most Endangered Historic Places: A Retrospective Guide
To mark the 30th anniversary of the America’s 11 Most Endangered Historic Places list, we are highlighting 11 once-endangered sites that are now thriving and contributing to their communities. The diverse range of places on this list reflect not only their rich history and compelling stories, but also the tireless dedication of the people who brought each place back from the brink.
Choice and Confusion: “C” What I See at Three Stoneleigh C-Plan Units
Here’s something you don’t see every day. A Goldilocks trio of quite different units in the same stack at the Stoneleigh.
The Statler Will Open Six New Restaurants Downtown Under Chef Graham Dodds
The epic redo of The Statler hotel and residences is almost complete. The landmark hotel redevelopment is set to open before the end of the year. It’s been dark for 16 years. The new Statler will feature a luxury boutique hotel with 159 rooms and 219 upscale residences. The dazzling building will also offer “boutique retail, meeting spaces, and a multi-purpose events and concert venue.” And six dining options.
Residences at the Stoneleigh Unveiled
More than 400 guests celebrated the debut of the newest luxury high rise on the Dallas skyline — Residences at the Stoneleigh in the city's Uptown neighborhood.
The Statler project could lure Dallas Morning News hub with city's help
A land trade involving the city of Dallas and the developer behind the $225 million redevelopment of the storied Statler adjacent to downtown's Main Street Garden could make way for a large parking garage to help snag a sought-after Dallas tenant.
It's Official! Dallas Morning News inks deal at The Statler in downtown Dallas
After months of working through the legalities of a 16-year lease deal, the Dallas Morning News has finalized an agreement to relocate in downtown Dallas to The Statler Library.
An Evening at The Statler - Attendees at Preservation Dallas' Preservation Achievement Awards were able to sneak a peek at the historic downtown building.
The original Statler Hilton Hotel was completed in 1956 with a $16 million price tag, complete with 1,000 guest rooms. Now, the downtown building is wrapping a $225 million redevelopment that, upon completion, will feature 219 residences, 159 hotel rooms, as well as retail and dining space. The Dallas Morning News has also signed on to move in.