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THE BUILDING

The Terminal at Katy Trail is an architectural achievement like no other. It is at once evocative of a romantic past while looking to a thrilling future. The Terminal’s arches? They are inspired by the world’s most beautiful train stations — in the world’s most beautiful cities, during the heyday of rail. The sleek residential floors and the building’s modern details? They strike their own contemporary chord. The material mix is heady — solid masonry, shimmering glass, elegant bronze finishes. And, The Terminal meets all green-building standards set by the city, based on LEED criteria. Connectivity to the neighborhood and the Katy Trail is integral to the design. The paseo walkway that cuts through the building’s base — with wonderful social, retail, restaurant experiences — and The Terminal’s own neighborhood park serve as physical and visual links to the surroundings. And, unlike any other building, The Terminal embraces the Katy Trail. It is a vital, vibrant element in the design — not a backyard afterthought. The Terminal connects directly to the trail that connects the city. You have arrived.

 

 

 

 

THE RESIDENCES

The Terminal at Katy Trail — outside and in­ — isn’t bound to a style or period. It is unique, a blend of traditional and contemporary references, but wholly original. That makes for residence interiors that are equally original. The design, details, and finishes respond to every individual taste. Contemporary. Traditional. Historical. The Terminal is a place for discerning residents of varying predilections, not only in architecture but in art and furnishings. The residences are inherently luxurious: With just four on a floor, each one is a corner residence, with corner windows, a terrace, and sweeping views. Planter boxes integrated into terrace handrails create opportunities for lush or modernist private landscapes — adding to the sumptuous textures of the building. Even each residence’s entry door has been carefully considered: Not only are all four doors on a floor as far apart as possible, but they are also as close as possible to each resident’s unique views. Open the front door and the view instantaneously unfolds. The rush is immediate.
Such is the thought that has gone into every detail of The Terminal, both private and public.
Formal. Casual. Thrilling. Calming. You have arrived.

 

 

 

THE LUXURIES

 

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  • Soaring, light-filled, walk-through paseo with bespoke shopping and dining experiences

  • Lushly landscaped grounds with a garden walk, privacy hedges, mature trees, automatic irrigation

  • Contemplation/meditation garden with direct access to Katy Trail

  • Artful water features

  • Sweeping views of downtown Dallas, green parks, the lush Terminal garden and/or the Katy Trail

  • Outdoor dining areas

  • Outdoor sculptures

  • Outdoor sculpture installations

  • Opportunities for private or family offices on the second floor

  • Private and secure underground parking garage

  • Gated entry for residents

  • Optional private enclosed garage space

  • Private storage rooms

  • Valet service

  • Intimate, living-room-style lobby

  • Reception seating areas

  • Concierge desk

  • Executive concierge

  • Mail and parcel room

  • Fully equipped fitness studio with state-of-the-art cardio equipment, free weights, and yoga mats

  • Dog park

 

 

{ Each Residence }

 

  • Easy, flowing, one-level living

  • Sweeping views of downtown Dallas, green parks, the lush Terminal garden and/or the Katy Trail

  • Graciously sized terrace; some residences with two

  • Generous 11-foot ceiling heights

  • Quality stone and marble floors with elegant herringbone and wood detailing

  • Seamless interior-to-exterior transitions

  • Seamless floor and ceiling transitions

  • Oversized interior doors

  • Ample art walls

  • Integrated art lighting

  • Optional marble fireplaces 

  • Entertainer’s wet bar in living space

  • Custom cabinetry in kitchen and baths​

  • Chef’s kitchen with elite-grade appliances

  • Refrigerated wine storage

  • Large butler’s pantry

  • Large closets throughout

  • Extra-large master suite

 

 

CONNECTIONS & INQUIRIES

4205 Buena Vista Street, Dallas TX 75205 

Residential Inquiries Contact:

Faisal Halum-   fhalum@briggsfreeman.com or 214.240.2575

Michael Mahon-  mmahon@briggsfreeman.com or 214.914.5410

 

All Other Inquiries Contact:

Blake Shipp-   bshipp@capitolpeakventures.com

Lindsay Shipp-  lshipp@capitolpeakventures.com
or 214.765.2297

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but also grounds the building with the trail. Of course, with eateries and watering holes (the developer packet lists “chia pudding” among other delicacies – whatever that is), Regardless of the menu, I’m sure the beckoning is meant to encourage Katy Trail patrons to jog with more moneyaccess,What’s also cool about these lower two floors is the publicly accessible cut through from the street to the Katy Trail. It not only enables
Replacing an orange stucco low-rise, The Terminal would be a vast improvement. The proposed building is designed to house 25 for sale condos, averaging 2,500 square feet, on the upper five floors with various eateries and offices below. The “Terminal” name and imagery are meant to evoke a train terminal, paying homage to the Katy Trail’s roots as a train line. The first two stories have a train terminal reminiscence with oversized arched windows and dark brick. The glass will surely make working or eating in these spaces light-filled with excellent views of the Katy (and scantily clad summertime joggers).
all is rosy, there’s a pinch of odd. It took me a while to figure out why a portion of the building’s front stuck out (right). It makes the whole building look like it’s been jostled off its base a little. The reason is that the building has to bend out of the way of the huge electrical tower at left. The needed cantilever effects that part of the building from front to back.I figure there’s little choice in order to get the interiors to work best and not electrocute residents, but it’s still an oddity to the eye that’s made more noticeable by the change in brick color. The bump out reduces some setbacks above 36 feet (part of the developer asks).NotThe Terminal – 4205 Buena Vista Street at Fitzhugh and Katy TrailThe Terminal- Fitzhugh @ Katy Trail (Condos + Retail/Office)
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of developer asks, aside from one tree fewer on the Fitzhugh and Buena Vista elevations, they’re asking for 3.6-to-1 FAR instead of 2.5-to-1. But the added FAR equates to a taller building (that’s still below zoned height) so they can drop the lot coverage from the zoned 80 percent to the proposed 62.5 percent. This should make the connectivity with the Katy that much stronger (as if the chia pudding needed help – ha!).

Note three to Victory Park – all parking, valet, trash and loading will be underground.