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The third and final phase of Uptown Dallas’ $350 million Union high-rise complex is opening its doors after almost two years of construction.
StreetLights Residential’s Christopher apartment tower will join an office high-rise and shopping center in the mixed-use project at Cedar Springs Road and Field Street just north of downtown.
The 23-story apartment project is the third Uptown high-rise project by Dallas-based StreetLights.
Monthly rents for a unit in the building start at more than $2,100 a month.
"We had our first move-ins last week," StreetLights development president Tom Bakewell said. "Things are really taking shape, and residents and prospective residents alike are excited about what’s to come.
"The Henry restaurant has been open for the past six weeks or so, and there are several other restaurants that should be opening in the coming weeks," Bakewell said. "The opening of the Tom Thumb probably has the highest anticipation, and it is scheduled for an April 5 opening date."
The Tom Thumb urban grocery store anchors the lower level retail and restaurant center at The Union.
The 22-story office tower at The Union is almost 90 percent leased with tenants including Weaver, Salesforce, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP, Transwestern and hedge firm HBK Capital Management.
The Union is a project of RED Development and was designed by Dallas-based architect HKS.