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The Terminal at Katy Trail is uniquely sited at the city’s most unique junction — the confluence of elegant Highland Park, busy Uptown, tranquil Turtle Creek and exciting Knox-Travis. Shops, restaurants, services, and experiences are just a few steps away, in every direction. Mere minutes away are the city’s most vital and convenient expressways and avenues — plus world-class shopping and dining unrivaled anywhere. Highland Park Village. NorthPark Center. The Design District. Dallas’ most exciting and rarefied offerings are available, anytime. And, best of all, The Terminal is nestled along with the one and only Katy Trail, not just the city’s premier destination for jogging, biking, skating and walking, but a place of nature and beauty, of contemplation and camaraderie. It is a treasure.
An icon. As is The Terminal. You have arrived.
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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).Speaking 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.
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