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Dallas’ Energy Plaza reopening after $300M renovation, rebranding

DALLAS – A rebranded 49-story office tower is opening after $300 million in renovations and new residential units.

Formerly Energy Plaza tower, The Sinclair will open next month with the upper floors converted into 293 luxury apartments.

The 1.2 million-sf tower will also have 450,000 sf of office space, a residential lobby, office lobby, lounges, a library, private dining room, demonstration kitchen, coworking space, gym, sauna, pool, and outdoor grilling area.

Monthly rents will range from $2,500 to $14,000. Units will average 1,000 sf. 

Todd Interests purchased the tower with Moriah Real Estate and Zurich Alternative Asset Management. The redevelopment was financed by Bank OZK and Slate Asset Management with HKS as designer. Brasfield & Gorrie was the general contractor. Todd Interior did the inside designs. 

Opened in 1983, the original tower was designed by I.M. Pei & Partners and housed tenants such as Arco Oil & Gas, Oncor, and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. ​