The Mercantile National Bank Tower Renovation

Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas

Project Description

Originally completed in 1942, and siting abandoned for over 20 years, this historic building was converted from original office space into 214 luxury apartment units, ground-floor retail, and one level of underground parking.

Standing at 523 foot tall with 31 stories, the iconic Mercantile National Bank Tower was the tallest building west of the Mississippi at completion and the only skyscraper allowed to be built during WWII.

General Contractor

Hensel Phelps Construction

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Architect

Merriman Associates

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Awards

2008 Award of Excellence in Renovation/Restoration by Texas Construction Magazine
2008 Excellence in Construction for Historical Restoration in $10-$100 Million Category by Associated Builders and Contractors
2008 National Excellence in Construction, First Place Eagle Award in Historical Restoration by Associated Builders and Contractors
2009 Award of Excellence in Multifamily/Hospitality by Texas Construction Magazine