Construction Begins on Far North Dallas Mixed-Use Development

Work/Shop, a new mixed-use development located on the west side of Prestonwood Country Club along Belt Line Road, broke ground on January 24.

Houston-based Triten Real Estate Partners is redeveloping the site to include 135,000 SF of office space and 81,500 SF of retail facing Belt Line Road just east of the Dallas North Tollway. Holden Lunsford and Dan Pond of Holt Lunsford Commercial (HLC) will lease the office spaces. Representatives of Venture Commercial Real Estate will handle retail leasing.

“We are excited and honored to be a part of the team that will help lease up the office portion of this development,” Dan Pond, HLC Dallas Office Market Director, said.

The property includes several existing retail buildings and two three-story office buildings overlooking the golf course. The buildings will be connected by a new central park and green space.

“Our goal is to inspire, through well-planned design, a stronger connection to place, community, and the environment around us,” Scott Arnoldy, founder of Triten Real Estate Partners, said in a statement. “An ever-changing and ever-developing new normal demands flexibility and a direct link to the outdoors. Work/Shop will supply the community with a well-curated choice of onsite amenities and food and beverage concepts and retail offerings.”

Triten Real Estate Partners is developing the project in partnership with Catlyn Capital. O’Brien Architects, SMR Landscape Architects and Studio DWG designed the development at 5494 Belt Line Road.

“Our vision for Work/Shop is an offering for tenants and visitors to benefit from a curated community experience through outdoor green space, golf course views, walkable retail, structured parking and a high-end theater experience in the heart of Dallas,” John Hardaway, Dallas partner at Triten Real Estate Partners, said. “Our objective for a sense of community and neighborhood vibe will create a unique experience for tenants, the surrounding households, and families who seek a safe and appealing daytime and evening venue.”

Construction will create 20,000 SF of new restaurants and bars linked to the offices by a 30,000 SF urban park. Current tenants in the shopping center include restaurants Mesero and Crisp & Green, MyEyeDr and independent movie theater EVO Cinemas.

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