Greenville and Richmond
GFF worked with RangeWater to design an 8-story mid-rise apartment building in one of Dallas’ most walkable urban infill neighborhoods near the intersection of Richmond and Greenville Avenue.
The first three stories of the predominantly brick building feature apartment units reminiscent of walkup brownstones that are more commonly found in Chicago and New York City, with a generous setback for the floors above the first three-levels facing Richmond, honoring the lower scale of surrounding existing buildings.
Wide sidewalks, street trees, and a pedestrian plaza at the leasing office entry complement the architectural richness of the building’s architecture while also enhancing the pedestrian streetscape along Richmond Avenue. The project features a sky terrace amenity area at the southwest corner of the building with unobstructed views of Downtown Dallas and a sunken private pool terrace that will offer a quite respite from the hustle and bustle of the vibrant Lowest Greenville urban neighborhood.