Larkspur Breaks Ground on Deep Ellum Project

The Juniper | Renderings by Corgan

Dallas developer Larkspur Capital has broken ground on a luxury apartment community at Exposition Park near Deep Ellum.

“This eclectic niche area offers residents all the modern conveniences that are presently in demand coupled with an authentic vibe that simply can’t be replicated,” Carl Anderson, president of Larkspur, said in a news release.

The Juniper will feature studio and one- and two-bedroom apartments ranging from 567 square feet to 1,992 square feet. Penthouses will range between 1,108 square feet and 1,632 square feet, and six two-story townhomes will be built ranging between 1,814 square feet and 1,939 square feet.

OHT Partners of Austin is building the seven-story, 219-unit development on 1.4 acres at 4003 Commerce St. in Deep Ellum.

“This community is the latest Larkspur concept to move forward in the Exposition Park micromarket,” reads the release. “The company previously built The Willow, another seven-story apartment community just northwest of The Juniper. Nearby, it is also planning 2nd @ Ash, a 280-unit apartment community at 705 1st Ave., where approximately half of the complex’s 280 units will be designated for workforce housing.”

Designed by Dallas-based Corgan, The Juniper “represents a modern expression of the historic Art Deco influences in the surrounding neighborhood,” according to the release. “The brick and stone facade is paired with floor-to-ceiling windows in some areas and inset nooks in others, creating defined ways for the public to interact with different aspects of the building’s ground level.”

Amenities include co-working spaces with views overlooking downtown Dallas, an indoor-outdoor clubhouse, and a private park. On the third floor, residents will have access to a pool deck with club kitchens, grill stations, and fire pits.

Project delivery is expected in 2026 despite the many issues that have plagued Dallas’ Development Services Department under City Manager T.C. Broadnax, including periodic backlogs and costly delays, as previously reported by The Dallas Express.

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