Originally opened in 1916, Union Station is Dallas’ historic railroad terminal. In 1972, the city of Dallas purchased the building. Under a public-private agreement, Hunt executed a long-term lease and began a renovation restoring Union Station to a multitenant, mixed-use building. Today, after a major repositioning and renovation in 2008, Union Station remains a transportation center with office, banquet and meeting space, as well as a walkway linking the station to the Hyatt Regency Dallas and Reunion Tower.

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Union Station is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is designated a historic landmark by the city of Dallas and the state of Texas.

Banquet space is operated by Wolfgang Puck Catering, making it one of the most desired event destinations in Dallas.