Hines Maple Terrace
Consisting of boutique office, high end restaurants and a high-rise residential building, Hines Maple Terrace is a luxury-focused mixed-use development in the heart of Uptown Dallas. At the center of the development is the rehabilitated Maple Terrace Building. The 1925 mid-rise building was designed by Sir Alfred Bossom and is a neighborhood landmark. At one time the tallest residential building in Dallas, Maple Terrace was in its time a premier address, accommodating visitors like Judy Garland, Dean Martin, Elvis Presley, and Zsa Zsa Gabor. Originally an apartment hotel, it is being adapted to boutique office space.
On the south side of the site, a new residential high-rise building provides 345 apartment units and amenities typically only found in luxury condominium properties. The new building design was carefully crafted to blend with its context, both the historic building and the adjacent Stoneleigh hotel and condominium tower. Classically composed with a strong base, shaft and articulated penthouse, the building is rich with character and detail while still being modern. Subtle shifts in the tower plan emphasize refined and vertical proportions, while a recessed center band creates a court and pocket park cradled between the original and new buildings. The building is designed to create a luxe user experience, from the stone motor court through the indoor/outdoor conservatory, past the library, fitness, entertaining spaces and sky lounge, to the individual units configured to increase the number of corners and maximize exposure and natural light.
GFF is the executive architect for Maple Terrace, responsible for master planning and the residential tower, in collaboration with 5G concentrating on the office and restaurants. SWA is engaged as the Landscape Architect.