DALLAS — Developers late Tuesday described their vision of a vibrant new fashion district in downtown Dallas in hopes of convincing tenants of the International Apparel Mart to sign up for space in a vacant skyscraper across the street from Neiman Marcus.

But sales reps at the meeting were dismayed that the project wouldn’t be ready for occupancy until September 2005 — 18 months after the International Apparel Mart is scheduled to close and its 600 tenants relocated to the nearby World Trade Center. In the interim, the developers proposed holding markets at the Dallas Convention Center, where dates have already been reserved.

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