Goldman Sachs will occupy approximately one million square feet of office space on its new campus north of downtown Dallas.
The New York-based financial firm revealed details of its new Dallas office at a design conference held Friday morning at Dallas City Hall.
Goldman Sachs will be tenants in the first three buildings of Hunt Realty’s planned North End redevelopment on Field Street just north of the Woodall-Rogers Freeway.
The 9- to 15-story office tower will include approximately 950,000 square feet of space and will be located on 3 acres adjacent to the new park.
Copenhagen-founded architects Henning Larsen and New York’s Kohn Pedersen Fox are designing a project for Hunt Realty that will house approximately 5,000 Goldman Sachs employees.
Henning Larsen’s recent North American projects include the new Civic Tower in Raleigh, the Etobicoke Civic Center in Toronto, and the new office tower at the Mission Rock development in San Francisco.
Construction on the Dallas project will begin in early 2023 and is expected to be completed in early 2026.
Approximately 3,000 contract employees will work on the development.
The parking lot of the office will be an underground parking lot.
A well-maintained “Paseo” connects the park to Field Street. And according to a presentation to the Urban Design Peer Review Board in Dallas, the office will have “vegetation on the building’s terraces and rooftops for biophilia and biodiversity.”
In June, the Dallas City Council agreed to give Goldman Sachs and Dallas Hunt Realty more than $18 million in financial incentives to build office projects. 2323 North Field St. Next to the Perot Museum.
The Goldman Sachs building is the first phase of a larger 11-acre mixed-use development Hunt Realty plans at its current location in North End Apartments next to the Perot Museum.
New office, residential, retail and hotel buildings will be built around 1.5 acres of central park.
The zoning of the building site allows towers up to almost 80 storeys high.