The final beam has been placed atop the 292-foot-tall Texas Capital Bank Building, built by The Beck Group, Dallas, in the Dallas Uptown district. The $120 million project will include a five-story residential and retail building as well as a 20-story office tower sitting on 2.9 acres. Businesses had already claimed 40% of the high-rise's 445,000 sf at the time construction began. The Texas Capital Bank, the building's namesake and largest single tenant, will occupy 100,000 sf when the building opens this fall. The five-story residential building, with 15 condos and 6,500 sf of street-level retail, is scheduled to open in 2009. Designed by HKS Inc., the building is being jointly developed by Dallas-based Lincoln Property Co. and Corrigan Properties.