Originally built in 1932, The Lone Star Gas building is a combination of traditional Art Deco style and modern luxury. The elaborately appointed lobby once served as the bill payment area, back in the age when paying your bill meant taking a trip downtown, and still has soaring columns with ornamental check stands, a high beamed ceiling in brilliant colors and relief sculptures carved into the stone walls. This part of the building is now home to The Carlisle Room.
The room is 5,500 square feet of pure opulence featuring 20 foot ceilings, original marble walls and terrazzo floors. This historic landmark is a fine example of Lang and Witchell architecture with beautiful Art Deco details and is Dallas’ latest historic landmarks to be revived by Hamilton Properties in partnership with Central Dallas CDC. The new additions to the historic space include a 3,000 sq ft additional room, as well as a private suit.