- Megan Ziots - PaperCity

The reimagined Quadrangle, Dallas’ first mixed-used development when it opened in Uptown in 1966, has been completed after a five-year renovation by new owners Stream Realty Partners. Renamed “The QUAD,” the development features a 12-story, 345,425 square-foot office tower, a quarter-acre pocket park, and seven restaurants.

Designed by architectural firm Omniplan, each restaurant space is housed within a stand-alone bungalow, designed to match the neighborhood’s character and create a more pedestrian-friendly destination in Uptown.

Along with the seven restaurants (open to the public), tenants of the new office building will have access to a fitness center, bike valet, and member’s club called The QUAD Club, a penthouse amenity center featuring a full-service bar, lounge, conference center, and rooftop terrace. Stream Executive Managing Director & Partner Ramsey March explains that there will be “country club” snacks and a signature “The QUAD” cocktail. Tenants can also expect happy hour from 3 pm to 7 pm.

Crushcraft Thai Eats (of the former Quadrangle fame) has recently reopened at the development, but here’s a little about the six other upcoming restaurant openings at The QUAD.