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New $250 Million High-Rise and Hotel’s Promise Sets the Stage for Dallas Art Fair Kickoff

VIP Guests Party in Fancy Model Unit

BY // 03.07.18
photography Mark Nelson

What: Dallas Art Fair kickoff party, sponsored by PaperCity

Where: Hall Arts Residences

PC Moment: If we needed more proof that Dallas is a thriving cultural hub, it would be the forthcoming addition of Hall Arts Residences and Hall Arts Hotel to the Dallas Arts District, neighboring the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center and Winspear Opera House.

Founded by developer Craig Hall, both the 28-story luxury residence tower and lavish eight-story hotel (to be filled with contemporary art and sculpture) will debut in 2020 — a $250 million project that stands to enhance Dallas’ dynamic arts scene.

To fête the 10-year anniversary of the Dallas Art Fair, kicking off Friday, April 13, VIP art patrons gathered in the model unit, where sleek interiors by Dallas-based HKS Architects and Emily Summers Design Associates lay a neutral foundation for future residents.

To the tune of clinking glasses, both Craig Hall and Dallas Art Fair chairman John Sughrue generated buzz for the former’s monumental enterprise and this year’s Dallas Art Fair, which will present close to 100 galleries from 30 cities across the globe.

Spotted: Craig and Kathryn Hall, John and Marlene Sughrue, Joyce Goss, Mark and Dianne LaRoe, Lea Anne LaughlinPatricia Meadows, Preeta and Ashish Monga, Missy Wyszynski, Brooke Hortenstine, Kymberley Scalia, Robert Hernandez, and Brandon Kennedy.

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