Goldman Sachs Gives First Look at New Dallas Office Set Up Near Downtown

Goldman Sachs will occupy nearly 1 million square feet of office space at its new campus north of downtown Dallas.

The New York-based financial firm disclosed more details about its new Dallas offices during a design meeting Friday morning at Dallas City Hall.

Goldman Sachs will be the tenant of the first three buildings of Hunt Realty’s planned North End redevelopment on Field Street, just north of Woodall Rodgers Freeway.

The nine to 15-story office towers will comprise approximately 960,000 square feet of space and will be located on 3 acres adjacent to a new park.

Architects Henning Larsen – founded in Copenhagen – and Hart Howerton of New York are designing the Hunt Realty project, which will house around 5,000 Goldman Sachs workers.

Henning Larsen’s recent North American projects include the new Civic Tower in the City of Raleigh, Toronto’s Etobicoke Civic Center and a new office tower in San Francisco’s Mission Rock development.

Construction of the Dallas project will begin in early 2023 and end in early 2026.

Goldman Sachs plans to house nearly 5,000 workers in a three-building office campus just...
Goldman Sachs plans to house nearly 5,000 workers in a three-building office campus just north of downtown Dallas.(Contributed / Henning Larsen Architects)

Approximately 3,000 contractor employees will work on the development.

Office parking will be in an underground garage.

A landscaped “paseo” will connect the park to Field Street. And the offices will have “plantings on building decks and rooftops for biophilia and biodiversity,” according to the submission to the Dallas Urban Design Peer Review Board.

Hunt Realty has owned the development site since the mid-1990s.

“Today is an important day for Dallas as we move forward with the redevelopment of this important parcel of land at one of the key intersections in our urban core,” Hunt Realty Investment President Colin Fitzgibbons said in a statement. communicated. “We know this is just the beginning of what is sure to be a transformational development for our city and we are happy and proud to be part of such an incredible project that will bring jobs, housing and commercial enterprise to Dallas. .”

The Dallas City Council agreed in June to award Goldman Sachs and Dallas’ Hunt Realty more than $18 million in economic incentives to build the office project at 2323 North Field St. next to the Perot Museum.

The Goldman Sachs Buildings are the first phase of a larger 11-acre mixed-use development that Hunt Realty is planning on the current site of the North End Apartments next to the Perot Museum.

New office, residential, commercial and hotel buildings will be constructed around a 1.5 acre central park.

Site zoning allows for towers as high as nearly 80 stories.

Updated plans for Hunt Realty's North End development near downtown Dallas show half a dozen...
Updated plans for Hunt Realty’s North End development near downtown Dallas show half a dozen new towers. Goldman Sachs plans to occupy three buildings along Field Streets.(Hart Howerton)

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