aquatic project

1400 Hi Line

1400 Hi Line is the first residential high-rise to be constructed in Dallas’ popular design district. The building is located at the intersection of Interstate 35E and Hi Line Drive just north of downtown Dallas. The project was developed with the intent to provide resort-inspired urban living in the heart of Dallas. This 23-story residential tower is tucked inside the live-work-play neighborhood of Dallas’ Design District – an area filled with art galleries, museums, and upscale retail.


The project includes a Skyline resident lounge, and a nearly 1-acre elevated private park with unequalled views of the Dallas skyline. Bryan Ziegler was the project engineer for an infinity-edge saltwater pool that sits atop the amenity deck of the building. Design and construction of the project earned a LEED Gold rating by the U.S. Green Building Council.


Eco-uatic Note: Bryan Ziegler, project engineer, selected a salt sanitizer system to disinfect this pool. The system provides a state-of-the-art means of disinfecting the pool water, but at a fraction of the cost of more traditional disinfection systems as the system uses inexpensive rock salt to generate chlorine. By utilizing this system, the owner is able to provide “softer” water and eliminate the use of harsh chemicals in the pool while still maintaining crystal clear water.

(NOTE: This project completed by Bryan Ziegler while he worked outside the umbrella of Aqueous Engineering.)


LOCATION:Dallas, Texas

TEAM:Gromatzky Dupree & Associates (Architects; Dallas) Studio Outside (Landscape Architect; Dallas)