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HOK to Design Mixed-Use Development in Texas

12 Jan 2011 (Last Updated January 12th, 2011 18:30)

Global architecture firm HOK has been chosen to design the Texas A&M University System's mixed-use development, the Urban Living Laboratory, in Dallas, US. The project will be managed by Arlington-based Realty Appreciation. Spanning 111,483m², the five-phase Urban

Global architecture firm HOK has been chosen to design the Texas A&M University System’s mixed-use development, the Urban Living Laboratory, in Dallas, US.

The project will be managed by Arlington-based Realty Appreciation.

Spanning 111,483m², the five-phase Urban Living Laboratory project will include multifamily apartments, offices, retail space and two hotels.

All buildings in the project will be designed to meet LEED Silver certification.

Construction on the project’s first two phases is expected to begin in the fourth quarter of 2011, according to contractdesigncom.