A first of its kind in Deep Ellum, the Epic is a mixed-use project that combines office, multifamily, retail, and a boutique hotel to create a natural transition from the iconic skyscrapers of Dallas into the intimate neighborhood of Deep Ellum. The Epic reflects the cultural abundance of Deep Ellum’s past and embraces its thriving future, essentially becoming the gateway into Deep Ellum. The internal streets surrounded by the residential tower, office, multi family, and hotel create a pedestrian friendly area of discovery, connecting modern functionality to this historically rich neighborhood.
Phase II of Deep Ellum's Epic development will be the exciting new home of Uber. This major hub in downtown Dallas will be home to at least 3,000 Uber employees, becoming its largest hub outside of its San Francisco headquarters. Uber sought a transit-oriented, amenity-rich neighborhood with enough technology talent to help drive the company's growth post-IPO.
"Dallas stood out to Uber because of its large talent pool, business-friendly climate, major airport and state and local leaders' enthusiasm," said Chris Miller, Senior Manager or Public Policy in Texas.
The Epic Phase II will be 500,000 square feet with a 30-month schedule.
- Transit-oriented on a DART stop
- Amenity deck, fitness center, exterior patios, bike storage
- Spectacular views of downtown and outdoor amenity areas
- On-site hotel, apartments, restaurants and bars
- 3/1000 parking