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PaperCity Dallas October 2021

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The buzz is palpable — and it's not just the whir of power saws. The town is talking about The Terminal at Katy Trail, underway at the corner of Buena Vista Street and Fitzhugh Avenue, and directly along the Katy Trail. Come 2023, when The Terminal is slated to open, it will be home to just 16 residences, each brimming with luxuries. Divining its name from the site's history along what was once an important railroad line in the 1860s — now the beloved Katy Trail — it was designed by the Texas-based Michael Hsu Office of Architecture. It features a base with arches inspired by the world's most beautiful train stations, contrasted to sleek residential floors that strike their own contemporary chord. The paseo walkway that cuts through the base will offer retail and restaurant experiences. Each residence is a corner unit, with corner windows, a terrace and sweeping vistas. Under lofty 11-foot ceilings, the luxuries include oversized interior doors, ample art walls, a wet bar, a chef's kitchen and a large primary suite with a sumptuous bath. Perhaps the building's ultimate luxury? Its location, at the confluence of elegant High- land Park, busy Uptown, tranquil Turtle Creek and exciting Knox-Travis. Shops, restaurants, services and experiences are just steps away, in every direction. Here, we offer just a sampling of what's nearby. The Terminal at Katy Trail is exclusively represented by Faisal Halum of Briggs Freeman Sotheby's International Realty, 214-240-2575,,, 1 Carb connoisseurs, rejoice: The Knox Street area's Village Baking Co. makes pastry dreams come true. A neighborhood hit, the buzzy boulangerie serves up buttery baguettes, flaky croissants and everything in between. We hate to choose favorites — but the delightfully T H E S P ECTACU L A R LY C H I C T E R M I N A L AT K AT Y T RA I L I S CO M I N G TO O N E F U N A N D FAS H I O N A B L E DA L L AS N E I G H BO R H O O D. H E R E , SO M E M UST - H AV E LUXU R I ES F RO M A ROU N D T H E A R E A . Opening in 2023 at Fitzhugh Avenue and Buena Vista Street, the ultra- luxurious Terminal at Katy Trail has just 16 homes, each a corner unit. dense kouign-amann is a must-try. 4539 Travis Street, 2 Sure, RH Dallas' rooftop bar and restaurant is an Instagrammable smash, but we're here for the interiors inspo, too. Inside RH's glamorous, three-story gallery, you'll find posh vignettes featur- ing a wide array of urbane furnishings and décor. We're eyeing the Brutalist Constructivist Table Lamp — an illuminating objet d'art if ever we've seen one. 3133 Knox Street, 3 Lucky are the residents who live close to Grange Hall. Among the shop's gifts, candles, jewelry, handbags, home accessories and apothecary goods — all equal parts edgy and dreamy — one of its floral arrangements is what we'd choose first. Viburnums, hellebores, poppies, succulents: The uncommon flora here is always art- fully arranged in enchanting containers. 4445 Travis Street, 4 Another perk of living at The Terminal? A wildly popular neighborhood restaurant across the avenue. Hop on over to Beverley's Bistro & Bar during happy hour for one of its creative cocktails. Our recommendation: the gin and tonic. Far from your average G&T, Beverley's version jazzes up this juniper-based tipple with lavender, black pepper and thyme. (Insider FYI: Beverley's is working on its new Clifton Club bar, just 300 feet down the sidewalk, slated to open at the end of 2021.) 3215 N. Fitzhugh Avenue, IN GOOD COMPANY B R I G G S F R E E M A N S O T H E B Y ' S I N T E R N A T I O N A L R E A L T Y

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