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The Mondrian

The Mondrian
General information
Type residential, retail
Location Dallas, Texas, USA
Construction started July 2003[1]
Completed 2005
Opening April 2005
Technical details
Floor count 20
Design and construction
Architect RTKL[1]
Developer ZOM[1]
Main contractor Tribble & Stephens[1]

The Mondrian, designed by famed Dallas architect Thomas Brink, is a 20-story high-rise located at 3000 Blackburn Street in the Cityplace neighborhood of Oak Lawn, Dallas, Texas (USA).[2] Construction started on the structure in 2003 and the building was completed in 2005,

The building is located at the corner of McKinney Avenue and Blackburn Street. A central high-rise tower 20 stories high containing 146 dwelling units anchors the structure's postmodern architectural theme. The tower is flanked by 72 two-story urban loft units.

At street level, approximately 20,000 square feet (1,900 m²) of retail shops are incorporated into the Mondrian project. Pedestrian access to the retail areas is provided via upgraded perimeter sidewalks in addition to ground level parking within the building for retail customers. Residents have access to a secured multilevel parking deck and a garden pool amenity area.


  1. ^ a b c d A repost at the Dallas-Fort Worth Urban Forum of: - "July Start Planned for Uptown Project" by Connie Gore. Originally published 19 March 2003. Retrieved 11 December 2006.
  2. ^ Mondrian Cityplace - Lifestyle. Retrieved 11 December 2006.

See also

External links

  • The Mondrian at Cityplace
  • West Village
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