New Housing Development In Victory Park Great News For Kenichi Dallas Restaurant
05/15/2014

Victory Park is receiving a breath of fresh air, as developers take a new direction than what was targeted when the project began.

Online PR News – 15-May-2014 – Dallas, TX 75219 – Victory Park is anchored by the ultra hip W Hotel and the restaurant that is know for having the best sushi in Dallas, Kenichi! More was planned for this area but was put on hold with the crash in the economy, well the economy is booming and so is Victory Park, the area is being developed by a new group that has announced plans for a 23 story tower that will include a state of the art movie theatre, almost 20,000 feet of ground floor retail and over 250 residential units in what is planned to be a building that matches its neighbors Kenichi and The W Hotel in terms of sex appeal and modern amenities.

With the American Airlines center anchoring the area Victory Park is already the hot spot to be in Dallas. The AA Center serves as the backdrop to Dallas' most vibrant urban gathering space with its fan friendly venue with lots of hi-tech touches. From its sweeping signature arches to the retractable seating, American Airlines Center's unique features single it out as the premier sports and entertainment venue in the country. Now there will be a full time community to round out the great entertainment and dining in the area.

Victory Park investor Estein& Associates and Fort Worth-based builder Trademark Property Co. are spearheading the efforts that includebeautiful green spaces with new restaurants and retail buildings at the corner of Lamar Street and Victory Avenue. The developers will also reconfigure traffic flows, rework sidewalks and overall landscape design. When complete Victory Park will be transformed into an inviting, vibrant, pedestrian friendly, sustainable and distinctive neighborhood connecting Uptown to the Design District and beyond.

The new combination of apartment, office and retail space will give a new sense of community to the area that will inspire the additions of retailers, and grocery stores, that were previously unable to maintain a presence in Victory Park.

"It's going to be a 24-hour development now. A small community within a major city is desirable for a lot of home buyers in Dallas," DD Flynn, VP of Marketing at Prudential Texas Properties says.. "It's the best of both worlds!"

Kenichi Sushi Restaurant was planned for this type of vibrant community with a large dining room, separate lounge and bar, and a full sushi bar, not to mention their famous Rock Star Booths. They are ready to accommodate the hip young crowd that will invigorate the area with world class sushi and the best Asian food in Dallas. Kenichi’s upbeat and modern atmosphere makes it a great place to begin or end any evening. Visit www.kenichidallas.com to make an online reservation for a night of specialty sushi rolls and creative Asian cuisine.