Doce Mesas Signs on to Build in Maple Terrace

Hines, the international real estate firm, along with partners Mitsui Fudosan America and McNair Interests, announce 100% of Maple Terrace’s restaurant space is officially leased and will welcome Doce Mesas as the second dining concept at Maple Terrace, joining previously announced CATCH Dallas. Doce Mesas will take all 2,600 SF in the 2nd freestanding restaurant building at the project and is slated to open in Q2 2024.

The more than 15,000 square feet of Maple Avenue-facing restaurant space occupied by CATCH Dallas and Doce Mesas will serve as the gateway to Maple Terrace’s restored 1925 nine-story structure, which acts as the centerpiece of the mixed-use development.

“We are excited to have completed the leasing of the Maple Terrace restaurant space and look forward to bringing the Doce Mesas atmosphere that so many already know and love to the development with CATCH Dallas,” said Ben Brewer, senior managing director of Hines. “Doce Mesas not only offers an excellent menu to Uptown tenants, residents and visitors, but also creates an opportunity to take in and enjoy the landmark Maple Terrace building and its surrounding area from the outdoor patio.” 

Michael “Mico” Rodriguez, founder of Doce Mesas, added: “The Maple Terrace project is historic, chic, and cosmopolitan. In short, it’s everything we would like to be a part of – it’s a dream come true!”

Doce Mesas at Maple Terrace will be the third restaurant in the Doce Mesas brand and the first to serve breakfast in addition to its usual lunch and dinner menu. The restaurant follows the concept’s recent opening at The Hill on North Central Expressway and Walnut Hill Lane in 2022 and the opening of the original on McKinney Avenue near Knox Street in 2018. The California coastal-inspired Tex-Mex restaurant will offer indoor seating, as well as a large patio for al fresco dining.

Dynamic menu offerings include a fresh take on familiar Tex-Mex dishes with a curated drink menu, a collection of wines, imported beers, fresh juices and its iconic frozen margaritas. The new breakfast menu will also feature a daily smoothie, fresh squeezed juices, small bites such as Mexican pastries and avocado toast and classic Tex-Mex breakfasts such as chilaquiles, huevos Mexicanos, a breakfast burrito and breakfast tacos.

Along with the street-facing restaurant offerings, the restoration of Maple Terrace will also feature 157,000 square feet of office space and an addition of a 22-story tower of luxury for-rent residential space. The architectural icon’s restoration is led by Dallas-based architects 5G Studio Collaborative with interior design by Lauren Rottet of Rottet Studio.

The Maple Terrace project’s versatile nature presents an all-encompassing work, live and entertainment destination in the heart of walkable Uptown Dallas. The preservation of Maple Terrace with a modernized experience directly follows the six-decades-old mantra of Hines — to deliver future-proofed, sustainable buildings that help cities and communities thrive.

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