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Contractor spills details of planned Goldman Sachs campus near downtown Dallas

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Information provided by the general contractor gives us some clues about Goldman Sack’s planned campus northwest of downtown Dallas.

Balfour Beatty said Wednesday it has been hired to build a 4.5-acre mixed-use project in Dallas’ uptown neighborhood. There are three distinctive towers up to ”.

According to a news release from the contractor, “the building includes approximately 890,000 square feet of lobby and common space, equipment, office areas, and an accessible outdoor terrace with a partial roof garden.” “A covered garage structure designed to feature a 1.5-acre park will also be delivered.”

Balfour Beatty has not disclosed the location of Project Meadow, but the only Uptown project at work in this range is Hunt Realty’s redevelopment of North End apartments on Field Street, north of downtown.

Goldman Sachs, a New York-based financial firm, plans to place 5,000 employees in a new corporate complex that will begin a major redevelopment project. The Dallas City Council agreed in June to build an office project, giving Goldman Sachs and Dallas Hunt Realty financial incentives of more than $18 million. 2323 North Field St. Next to the Perot Museum.

The Hunt Realty mixed-use project plans include offices, residential and hotel towers, and retail space on an 11-acre site just north of the Woodall Rodgers Freeway. New buildings will be constructed around Central Park.

More than 800,000 square feet of Goldman Sachs offices will underpin the project, according to a city incentive resolution.

Balfour Beatty officials say construction will officially begin in early 2023. The project he plans to complete in early 2026.

“This development is designed to be one of the greenest and most energy efficient projects in the corporate office market sector,” said Steve Dillon, senior vice president of Balfour Beatty in Texas, in a statement. said in “As one of North Texas’ premier office builders, he leverages his industry-leading expertise to provide clients and their tenants with premier facilities in a rapidly changing and high profile area of ​​Uptown. I look forward to what I can do.”

Hunt Realty and Goldman Sachs have so far offered no details about the planned development.

Demolition work has already begun on the North End Apartments, built in 1997 and located between Victory Park and Uptown.

The project is one of the largest developments ever proposed in the downtown area, with zoning allowing buildings up to 80 stories high.

Hunt Realty hired New York-based architecture firm Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates to design a buildable mixed-use development of over 3 million square feet.

The North End Apartments on Field Street, just one block north of downtown Dallas, are being demolished for the new Goldman Sachs campus.(Northend Apartments)

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