Designed to be as dynamic as the people who will walk through its doors every day.

Weir’s Plaza is bringing a world-class office and retail experience through an iconic building that speaks to the history of the neighborhood as well as the future.

Ultimately, this building is the product of caring deeply about the future of the neighborhood, as well as the people who live and work there now.

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A Sense of Place

297,000 square feet

    • Retail & Restaurant: 12,500 SF
    • Class AA Office Space: 250,000 SF
    • Weir’s Furniture Flagship Store: 28,000 SF
  • Ground level combination of boutique retailers and best-in-class restaurant offerings
  • High-end finishes and spacious terraces throughout
  • Class AA office space with downtown views
  • State-of-the-art meeting room available to tenants only 
  • Expansive sidewalks with pedestrian-oriented streetscape 
  • Generous outdoor area & resort-style tenant fitness center
  • 6 levels of underground parking with over 800 parking stalls
  • Projected delivery early 2021
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Preserving a Community Landmark


"The Soda Fountain Building is a much-loved institution that has served the neighborhood for generations. Although not a legally designated landmark, it is certainly a community landmark.

Accordingly, it was important to keep the building, and do so in a way that honored its status in the community. As such, one of the essential architectural issues became how to combine a 2-story masonry building from the early 1900s with a 12-story mixed-use building designed for the 21st century – and to achieve a unified, architecturally harmonious development.”


Duncan T. Fulton
President / CEO, GFF Architects

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A sophisticated corner of Dallas rich in history, culture, and commerce.

The Knox District has the unique ability to connect seamlessly with the vibrant urban metropolis while staying true to its historic roots. It has evolved into more than just another trendy Dallas destination; Knox Street is a place with a heart and soul and where the history of the neighborhood is embraced.

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Fashion & Accessories:
  • LuluLemon
  • Sid Mashburn & Ann Mashburn
  • Kate Spade
  • Marine Layer
  • Black Optical
  • Outdoor Voices
  • Garrett Leight
  • STAG Provisions for Men
  • Velvet by Graham & Spencer
Specialty & Home:
  • Apple
  • Trader Joe’s
  • Sur La Table
  • Restoration Hardware
  • Forty Five Ten
  • Paper Source
  • Crate & Barrel
  • Mitchell Gold & Bob Williams
  • Jonathan Adler
  • Room & Board
  • Pottery Barn
  • Z-Gallerie
  • Grange Hall
  • Bassett Home Furnishings
  • Into the Garden
  • The Shade Store
  • Kohler
  • Sunshine Flowers
  • Froggie’s 5 & 10
  • Weir’s Furniture
Beauty & Fitness:
  • Aesop
  • Osgood O’Neil Salon
  • Peachy Keen
  • l.a.r.c. Salon
  • Blo Blow Dry Bar
  • Body Bar
  • Le Bilboquet
  • Javier’s Gourmet Mexicano
  • Taverna
  • Toulouse
  • Up On Knox
  • La Duni
  • Cafe Madrid
  • Mr. Mesero
  • Little Katana
  • T Room
  • Fernando’s
  • Henry’s Majestic
  • Kozy
  • Origin Kitchen + Bar
  • Ziziki’s
  • Abacus
  • Chuy’s
  • Potbelly Sandwich Works
  • Pei Wei
  • Chipotle
  • Roti Grill
  • Fadi’s Mediterranean Grill
  • Jersey Mike’s Subs
  • Marble Slab Creamery
  • Go Fish Poke
  • Starbucks

Matchless Walkability


Weir’s Plaza is less than 300 feet from two main entrance points of Dallas’ prized Katy Trail. 

The paved path winds 3.5 miles through the city's urban core, stretching from Southern Methodist University to downtown's American Airlines Center and West End. A hallmark and centerpiece of Dallas, The Katy Trail hosts over a million visitors each year.

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Tradition never
goes out of style.

Weir’s Plaza is a byproduct of the Weir family’s extraordinary insight— they’ve watched businesses come and go since the 1940’s— and their extraordinary commitment to see the Knox neighborhood thrive. As the longest property owners still in residence, the Weir family is profoundly faithful to the Knox District legacy.

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Projected delivery 2021