Office Project Receives Financing

DALLAS – (Realty News Report) – Harwood International announced that it has obtained financing for a 27-story office tower it is constructing in Uptown Dallas, just north of downtown.

JLL Capital Markets arranged joint venture equity for the development, which is being called Harwood No. 14.

Class AA office tower totaling approximately 360,000 SF in the Harwood District on Harry Hines Boulevard near the Dallas North Tollway.

Due for completion in second quarter 2023 and already 45 percent pre-leased, Harwood No. 14 will be anchored by the Haynes and Boone, LLP100 law firm.

Due for completion in second quarter 2023 and already approximately 45 percent pre-leased, Harwood No. 14 will be anchored by the Haynes and Boone, LLP law firm.

The JLL Capital Markets team representing the developer was led by Senior Managing Director Bill Fisheland Senior Director DJ Meagher.

The architecture, construction, and design teams behind Harwood No. 14 are Kengo Kuma & Associates (design architect), HDF (architect of record), Corgan (associate architect), and Manhattan Construction Company (general contractor).

The Class AA tower’s design is heavily influenced by nature, featuring a two-story lobby with monumental stairs blending indoor/outdoor features, landscaped plateaux, a finned curtainwall system that is the first in Dallas, open air pocket gardens, and a spectacular 17,000 SF rooftop and sky garden. In addition, the tower will expand upon Harwood Hospitality Group’s hotel, restaurant, and bar collection.

Harwood District was established in 1984 by Harwood International, the masterplan developer for the District’s 19 contiguous city blocks in Uptown Dallas. At build-out it will include over 11 million SF of premier Class AA office, residential and retail space utilizing urban gardens, green space and art-filled lobbies.

The Rolex Building, designed by Kengo Kuma and Associates and HDF, was recently competed in the Harwood District.

May 20, 2021 Realty News Report Copyright 2021

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