THE CRANE REPORT:
OFFICE ANNOUNCED + UNDER CONSTRUCTION
RIVER WALK MEDICAL PARK IV
LAKESIDE CORPORATE OFFICE CENTER
CHARLES SCHWAB CAMPUS
SOUTH TOWER, BUILT-TO-SUIT
IVY ROOM OFFICE AND VENUE
THE POINT SILVERLAKE CROSSINGS
SOUTHLAKE ONEFOURTEEN DISTRICT 114
THE ON B
HILLWOOD COMMONS II
PROJECT BLUE S LAS COL CORPO CENT
HERITAGE GLEN MEDICAL CENTER
VIRIDIAN TOWN CENTER THE OFFICES AT HAMPDEN WOODS MUSEUM PLACE III
SIZE: 623,624 square feet LOCATION: Uptown DEVELOPER: Granite Properties DETAILS: Planned for the corner of Maple Avenue and Cedar Springs Road in Uptown, this 26-story Class AA tower will have a construction time of nearly three years. 23 Springs will sit on a 2.6-acre site and include 17,000 square feet of restaurant space, six levels of underground parking, and a 1-acre park. Designed by GFF, DPR Construction has been tapped as the general contractor.
CLEARFORK C2 MAYFIELD GROVES
WATERSIDE OVERTON CENTRE TOWER III
BARDIN ROAD CENTER PHASE II
CHISHOLM TRAIL PROFESSIONAL PLAZA
GAMMA AEROSPACE EXPANSION
SIZE: 120,000 square feet LOCATION: Plano DEVELOPERS: Cawley Partners, Haggard Family, and First United Bank DETAILS: With a pre-lease from one of its development teammates in hand, Cawley Partners is moving forward with a new 120,000-square-foot office building on Windhaven and Parkwood, just off the Dallas North Tollway in Plano. He’s joined in the joint venture by the Haggard family, owners of the land site, and First United, which will occupy about half of the new building. The fourth floor and parts of the third and first floors remain available for other tenants. Construction will start in September 2020 and finish in the fourth quarter of 2021. Kristi Waddell of Cawley Partners is overseeing leasing.
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FIELD STREET DISTRICT
SIZE: 1.2 million square feet LOCATION: Dallas DEVELOPERS: Kaizen Development Partners, Woods Capital, and Dundon Capital DETAILS: Initial plans for this new mixeduse development in the heart of Dallas call for 1.2 million square feet of office space—in 700,000-square-foot and 500,000-square-foot towers—plus a hotel, two residential towers, and up to 40,000 square feet of amenity space. Along with HKS Inc., The Beck Group is working on the project and Kimley-Horn is the civil engineer.