- Steve Brown, Dallas Morning News

Lincoln Property plans a mixed-use project between The Crescent and Turtle Creek.

Developers are offering a closer look at what would be one of the largest new building projects set for Dallas’ Uptown district.

Lincoln Property Commercial first disclosed its plans in April for the three-tower development at Cedar Springs Road and Fairmount Street south of Turtle Creek.

The project at 2500 Cedar Springs would include a large office tower and two residential high-rises that would replace smaller buildings on the block.

Lincoln Property Commercial has now filed more detailed, updated plans with the Oak Lawn Committee that show the largest of the towers would be more than 30 floors.

International architecture firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill designed the project, along with landscape architect OJB.

The high-rises would be surrounded by public spaces with retail and landscaping. The residential buildings would face Routh Street, with the office tower on Fairmount.

All of the parking would be in underground garages.

“We are particularly impressed with Lincoln Property Commercial’s decision to work with SOM and OJB, two of the nation’s premier architectural firms, and their preliminary concept for the treatment of the ground level,” the Uptown Neighborhood Association said in a letter of support for the project.

The 2500 Cedar Springs area of Uptown is seeing significant redevelopment.

Just across the street at the Quadrangle complex, Stream Realty is building a 12-story office tower and new retail. And a block away at Cedar Springs and Maple Avenue, developer Granite Properties has broken ground on a 26-story office tower called 23Springs.

High-rise residential buildings are planned on nearby sites by developers Crescent Real Estate and Alamo Manhattan.