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Austin’s top commercial property company firm has planted its flag in Dallas with an Uptown purchase.
Endeavor Real Estate Group, whose projects include the hugely successful Domain mixed-use development in north Austin, has quietly bought a development site on McKinney Avenue.
The half-block at Boll Street and McKinney is occupied by several small buildings, and it’s smack in the middle of a neighborhood that’s seeing more high-rise construction.
Endeavor managing principal Jamil Alam said it’s too early to talk about details of what the developer plans for the prime Uptown tract.
"We haven’t yet firmed up plans or timing for that property," Alam said in an email.
Endeavor is just the latest developer to recently acquire an Uptown building site.
A few blocks away, on Maple Avenue near Cedar Springs Road, another Central Texas developer — Kairoi Residential — just bought a 1-acre site across from the Crescent to build a high-rise.
Endeavor is the largest full-service commercial real estate firm in the Austin area, handling retail, office, industrial, mixed-use and multifamily projects.
The company has been in business since 1999 and has played a role in reshaping the Austin skyline.
Along with the Domain, its notable projects include the Offices at Braker campus and downtown Austin’s Chase Tower, IBC Bank Plaza and the Bowie apartment, office and retail tower.
Endeavor Real Estate developed the 36-story Bowie mixed-use tower in downtown Austin.