Leading professional services firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has signed on to anchor Park District Tower, Trammell Crow Co. and MetLife’s (NYSE: MET) new 20-story office high-rise slated to break ground later this quarter at 2101 N. Pearl St. in Uptown Dallas.
PwC will occupy 200,000 square feet across floors 12-19 at the project, which will include 493,000 square feet of office space, 7,000 square feet of street level retail, and a four-level underground parking garage.
Park District Tower will be developed in conjunction with The Residences at Park District, a 34-story, 253-unit residential high-rise to be developed by TCC residential subsidiary, High Street Residential. The two HKS-designed towers will be connected by way of a plaza designed by local landscape architect, The Office of James Burnett.
“Park District is a one-of-a kind project that furthers connectivity between the Arts District, Downtown and Uptown, providing tenants, residents and the public a distinct immersion to Klyde Warren Park and the City,” said Scott Krikorian, senior managing director with TCC’s Dallas/Fort Worth business unit.
Park District Tower is set to go vertical on a three-acre site bordered by Pearl and Olive Streets and overlooking Klyde Warren Park. The project will feature an executive lounge, fitness center, collaborative workspaces, outdoor amenity spaces and on-site restaurants, banking and valet, and has been designed to LEED Gold specifications.
Phil Puckett of CBRE Dallas, in collaboration with Tim Dempsey of CBRE New York and Amy DeAngelis of CBRE Sacramento, handled lease negotiations on behalf of PwC. Dennis Barnes, Celeste Fowden and Clay Gilbert of CBRE Dallas represented ownership and are the exclusive leasing agents for Park District Tower.