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Amenities at Epic new Deep Ellum residential high-rise include a restaurant

Amenities at new Deep Ellum residential high-rise include a restaurant

Hamilton Epic Deep Ellum
This part of The Hamilton doesn't look so Deep Ellum-y. Photo courtesy of the Hamilton

A prominent new residential high-rise building in Deep Ellum has opened its doors.

Called The Hamilton, it's a 26-story luxury high-rise located within The Epic at the corner of Elm and Good Latimer.

The Hamilton is the residential portion of The Epic, an 8-acre mixed-use development that also includes an office tower and the historic Pittman Hotel. It's developed by Westdale Real Estate Investment and Management, and StreetLights Residential.

Located at 2525 Elm St., the high-rise has 310 units, ranging from a 498-square-foot studio for $1,650 to a 1732-square-foot unit with 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms for $5,850. They all seem to come with their own patios which is a plus.

In addition to oodles of amenities, it'll feature nearly 23,000 square feet of retail, including a new restaurant and bar called Harpers, from Milkshake Concepts (Stirr, Citizen).

A release says the Hamilton has imaginative interiors coupled with amenities that dramatically separate it from other Dallas residential buildings.

A release also says the Hamilton is reflective of its neighborhood, with exposed brick, steel, art installations, and vivid colors.

Interior details include custom cabinetry, "urban mudrooms" oooh those sound intriguing, floor-to-ceiling windows, built-in desks, and "crafted ceilings" with lit coves. Cool, even ceilings are crafted now.

There are so many amenities, it calls for a bulleted list:

  • resident bar
  • pool deck with cabanas overlooking downtown
  • grilling stations
  • entertaining space with firepits
  • fitness center
  • media tunnel featuring private reading nooks
  • makers space with collaborative creative lab

Westdale president and CEO Joe Beard says in a statement that it's a one-of-a-kind, elevated living experience with great connectivity to the neighborhood.

StreetLights CEO Doug Chesnut says in a statement that it'll serve the growing population in the area, including future employees at Uber's headquarters.