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The extensive renovations to 400 Record create a dazzling array of amenities that redefine the standards for the modern office space. The building boasts an extensive contemporary art collection, a French brasserie named Bullion, a first-class fitness center, and striking aesthetic features such as marble and black granite finishes, glass curtain walls, and gold shingle panels.
3400 at Cityline is a LEED Gold-certified commercial office building along US 75 Central Expressway at Renner Road in Richardson, Texas. The area’s newest development is a 5-story mid-rise office building strategically designed for dynamic and active companies seeking a progressive work environment for the rising generation of savvy young professionals.
Located at the corner of Main Street and Akard Street, in the heart of downtown Dallas’ reemergence, Adolphus Tower benefits from a thriving urban center offering unparalleled access and amenities including the rapid redevelopment of housing around the Property drawing more entertainment and retail into the area. The 62-year-old Adolphus Tower on Main Street is getting new retail and finally, the exterior of the slender high-rise will be painted gray. Cherry was selected as the paint contractor for exterior of the building.
Alcon, the global leader in eye care and division of Novartis, officially opened the Alcon Experience Center, a state-of-the-art comprehensive eye health education and training center, located on Alcon’s Fort Worth, Texas campus. It integrates products and technologies from Alcon’s three businesses: Surgical, Ophthalmic Pharmaceuticals and Vision Care.
The corporate headquarters building is part of a $350 million expansion of the American Airlines campus in Fort Worth, Texas, and features perks expected in 21st century offices of multibillion-dollar companies, as well as indoor and outdoor work areas scattered throughout the buildings. Of the approximately 12,000 employees scheduled to work out of the new campus, 10,500 are currently on site.
Skyview 6, the Hospitality complex will be a 600-room hotel American employees stay during training, some of which can last several weeks.
The new campus is a sort of return to home for American. The airline was headquartered on the site in the 1980s before moving to the Amon Carter location.
As part of the mixed-use Green Water Development, the 29-story 500 West 2nd Street tower redefines the skyline and what Class A office means for downtown Austin. 500 West 2nd Street is part of a master‐planned mixed‐use development in the dynamic urban center of Austin, TX where residents, employees, businesses and community interests interact in an active, stimulating, downtown environment. A major tenant of the building will be Google. Pre-certified LEED® Gold design.
The warehouse and former cracker factory at 603 Munger St. has anchored Dallas’ West End for more than 115 years. It has gone through booms and busts, just like the city around it. The building had been vacant nearly 10 years when Granite Properties purchased it in 2015 and announced plans for its rehabilitation. It reopened in 2017 as Factory Six03 — a 215,000-square-foot, creative- and tech-centered office and retail complex that is acting as a catalyst for a rebirth of the West End Historic District.
The Foundry, the home of DPR’s Austin office, is a mixed-use project located on the East Side of the city. The project includes 77,403-sq.-ft., three-story office building and 100,590-sq.-ft. parking garage with three levels below-grade. The project features cast-in-place concrete, masonry facades, bell-capital columns and an outdoor landscaping with amenity space.
Located at the intersection of 2nd St. and Nueces St. in the Green Water Redevelopment area of downtown Austin TX, Block 185 will be a 35-story, approximately 590-ft. tall high-rise office tower with an iconic envelope designed to capitalize on views both to and from the site. The overall project is more than 1,500,000 gross-sq.-ft. and will accommodate approximately 800,000 rent-able-sq.-ft. of office space, 1,390 parking stalls in above and below-grade structured parking, plus a ground floor lobby, creekside tenant amenity space, and 5,400 gross-sq.-ft. of retail tenant space along 2nd and Nueces Street.
Developed by Invesco and KDC, this Class AA trophy asset has quality sponsorship in a highly sought after location on the corner of McKinney Avenue and Harwood Street. The Class A office building features six stories of boutique office space on top of a six-story parking structure with 8,500 square feet of ground floor retail and restaurant space. The office tower features a ratio of three parking spots for every 1,000 square feet of office space and is located just a block from Klyde Warren Park.
The historic buildings of Dallas’ Parkland Hospital were constructed on this eight-acre site in the Oak Lawn neighborhood in 1915 and 1921. A high-profile capital holdings organization purchased the campus, which recently underwent a restoration and major addition to the landmarked building to serve as their corporate headquarters. The central design challenge was to accommodate the company’s corporate culture (which features a non-hierarchical large room of open desk work stations with modern communications technology) in a new addition which would harmonize with, but not imitate, the original structure. The great room was placed between the arms of the historic building in a highly machined steel, limestone and glass structure, with parking tucked underneath to maintain the integrity and character of the park-like setting. The Dallas Chapter AIA awarded the project with its first-ever Sustainability Award in 2007, and the Greater Dallas Planning Council gave the project an Urban Design Award in 2008.
The Southwest Airlines ‘Wings’ project located adjacent to Love Field Airport in Dallas, Texas expanded its Southwest’s campus headquarters. The project consisted of a new office building, Leadership Education and Aircrew Development (LEAD) center and took approximately two years to complete. The complex includes a six-story, 425,000-square-foot office building, a 1,950-space parking garage and an attached 375,000-square-foot LEAD building that houses 18 flight simulator bays. These flight simulators will be used to train pilots on existing and new aircraft added to Southwest’s fleet.