The Pittman Hotel | Dallas, TX
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The Pittman is named in honor of the original “Knights of Pythias Temple” architect William Sydney Pittman, a renowned African-American Architect. William Sydney Pittman was the son-in-law of educator and civil rights leader Booker T. Washington and he completed the building in 1916.   The adaptive re-use contains 164 guestrooms, approximately 5,000 SF of meeting space, a 5,000 SF restaurant, bar, pool terrace, restaurant terrace, and fitness center. The Hotel is Silver LEED certified and consist of the rehabilitation of an historic structure which was then attached to additional ground-up construction.

 

Kimpton Hotels operates the hotel under the Kimpton hotel brand. Deep Ellum is a neighborhood in downtown Dallas, just east of the Dallas CBD. Deep Ellum has a large concentration of arts and entertainment venues and is one of the most historically significant neighborhoods in the region. Deep Ellum is home to more than thirty live music venues, including the 4,000 seat Bomb Factory, making it one of the largest entertainment areas in Dallas. Deep Ellum is walkable to the Dallas Arts District, downtown Dallas and Baylor University Medical Center and minutes by car or DART to most of the metroplex. The Hotel is part of a larger mixed-use project called the EPIC which contains 460,000 SF of commercial office, 31o multi-family units and 60,000 sf of ground floor neighborhood oriented retail. 

 

This property received the following awards:

Awards:

▪  Honor Award AIA Dallas Built Awards, 2020;

▪  Critics Choice Award AIA Dallas Built Awards; 2020

▪  Preservation Achievement Award from Preservation Dallas; 2021

Other Projects: