Dallas-based development company to repurpose former refrigeration company building into a creative, indoor-outdoor space near its flagship Sylvan | Thirty development
Oaxaca Interests, a Dallas-based investment, development and asset management company, has plans to redevelop the old W&B Refrigeration Service Company building, located at 660 Fort Worth Avenue (at Yorktown Street) in West Dallas, into a creative dining and retail space. The original brick and metal structure, as well as its former loading areas, will be transformed into a family- and pet-friendly, indoor-outdoor destination.
“We hope to build off the momentum we’ve created with Sylvan | Thirty to create a new place for diverse communities to gather with family and friends,” said Brent Jackson, President of Oaxaca Interests.
The firm is seeking 2-5 tenants for the 10,000-square foot, one-acre project, located next door to its flagship Sylvan | Thirty mixed-use development.
“The flexibility of the space, as well as its indoor and outdoor components, is perfectly suited for a food hall, beer garden and several smaller retailers and food artisans,” added Jackson.
Internationally-recognized architects Lake Flato and award-winning landscape architects Hocker Design Group will join forces again to lead the development’s design. Both firms previously collaborated on Sylvan | Thirty.
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About Oaxaca Interests, LLC
Oaxaca Interests, LLC, is a Dallas-based real estate operator, developer and investment firm. Oaxaca is a privately-funded company acting as a fund manager for several real estate funds. Oaxaca’s focus has been and continues to be on the Urban Core of key high-growth in Texas Markets, including Dallas, Fort-Worth and San Antonio. Its goal is to improve the surrounding area and positively contribute to each community.
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