Park District stands at the heart of Downtown Dallas, the Arts District, Uptown and Klyde Warren Park. The 2-tower mixed-use development boasts more than 900,000 square feet of premier Class A office space, restaurants and luxurious residences being developed by our residential subsidiary, High Street Residential. Park District offers its residents, employees and guests unparalleled amenities at the doorstep of Klyde Warren Park.
The 20-story office tower, PwC Tower at Park District, features approximately 500,000 square feet of Class A office space with 7,000 square feet of ground floor retail. PwC, a global professional services firm that delivers quality assurance, tax and advisory services is the building’s anchor tenant, is occupying approximately 200,000 square feet on floors 14-20. The tower features first-class fitness facilities, outdoor common spaces, on-site banking and valet. The ground floor will include a conference center, executive lounge, and “great room” for tenants to use as an alternative workspace.
Trammell Crow Company’s residential subsidiary, High Street Residential, developed the 34-story Residences at Park District. The Residences at Park District features 228 luxury residential units and 13,000 square feet of retail space fronting Klyde Warren Park. Residents enjoy unparalleled, first-class amenities, including an amenity deck with a resort-style pool overlooking Klyde Warren Park and the Dallas skyline, a state-of-the art fitness center, an expansive resident lounge, and valet and 24/7 concierge services.
The two buildings are connected via a plaza, which was designed by The Office of James Burnett, the landscape architecture firm that designed the award-winning Klyde Warren Park.
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Park District was designed to emphasize a strong connection to Klyde Warren Park with wide, inviting sidewalks, park-like landscaping, and a large, walkable plaza as the main entry. To further promote the connection to Klyde Warren Park, the vast majority of parking is located in a sub-grade, 4-level garage accessible from both Pearl and Olive Street.
The Park District team spent nearly a year rezoning the site from office-only to mixed-use, which involved extensive community outreach, to allow for additional density and height to provide increased density and architectural interest. The increased density allowed the team to create a vibrant mixed-use development, providing live, work and play options to its residents and tenants. The economic impact of the increased density is in excess of $100 million.
Park District has been designed to achieve LEED Gold Certification for the office building and LEED Silver for the residential tower.