Law Firm Relocates to New Dallas Office Tower
Husch Blackwell will move to 1900 Pearl, a 25-story building in the downtown Dallas area, from its previous offices at the Trammell Crow Center.
By Holly Dutton
Law firm Husch Blackwell is relocating its Dallas office to 1900 Pearl, a newly built tower in downtown Dallas. The firm will move from the Trammell Crow Center in mid-December.
The property was completed earlier this year and is situated in the heart of the Central Business District. The 25-story, Class A asset is located at 1900 N. Pearl St. and has a total of 260,326 square feet including first-floor retail. According to Yardi Matrix, Goldman Sachs Asset Management owns the building, while Lincoln Property Co. serves as the property manager. The developer secured a $60.4 million construction loan from Regions Bank in 2015 that matures in June 2019.
Husch Blackwell’s new offices will have sustainable features such as smart-office design, energy efficiency and technologies that assist in reducing paper use and waste. Employees will have access to on-site parking, contemporary workspaces, a workout facility and lounge space. The property features a parking garage with 754 spaces.
Last month, an investment banking firm relocated its Dallas headquarters to CityLine, one of the city’s largest mixed-use developments. JLL negotiated the lease on behalf of the tenant.
Image courtesy of Yardi Matrix
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