Commercial Real Estate

Former Sears at Valley View Mall to Become Office Campus

Owner Seritage Growth Properties has partnered with KDC to build a two-tower office campus totaling 1 million square feet.

Valley View Mall is being demolished to make way for Dallas Midtown. Now, the owner of the former Sears—Seritage Growth Properties—has partnered with developer KDC to turn its 23-acre plot into a two-tower office development.

Seritage will build a total of 1 million square feet of office space across two buildings within the 430-acre Dallas Midtown. Seritage is also considering a hotel and other community amenities, according to a statement from KDC.

“Seritage’s plans are going to be a transformational project that converts the Sears site into a highly productive office and first-class retail, dining and entertainment destination,” Seritage Executive Vice President James Bry said, in a statement.

A site plan application will be filed with the city of Dallas in the near future.


  • Bethany Pearcy

    I’ll believe it when I see it. Valleyview is still standing with a gaping hole in it and it was supposed to be demolished by spring/summer of 2017, I think.

    • manny

      I agree with you. Valleyview has been empty and an eyesore for over four years when the Beck Co. said the same thing – work spaces, hotel, living, dining,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,