Dallas Top 5 High Rise Office Buildings to Lease Office Space

A surge in corporate relocations and commercial developments has rapidly transformed Dallas into a

business hub.

The city’s Downtown Commercial office market is divided into two categories – the Central Business District (CBD) and Uptown/Turtle Creek.

With approximately 30 million square feet of multi-tenant office space, the Downtown CBD sub-market

has more class A space than most regional sub-markets. If you’re looking to lease an office, here are top five high-rise office buildings to choose from.

1. Bank of America Plaza

Standing 939 feet in the main street district of downtown Dallas is the tallest skyscraper in the city. Built in 1983, this is one of the most recognized architectural design in Dallas.

During the day, it’s a magnet for curious visitors and tourists. At nightfall, a distinct silhouette outlines the skyline in two miles of attractive green LED. Residents have nicknamed it the green monster.

2. Renaissance Tower

Standing on 1201 Elm street in Downtown Dallas is the second tallest skyscraper in the city. It’s 56 floors are defined by a unique double X lighting pattern at night. 31,000 square feet of floor plates makes it the largest, and most efficient space layouts in the CBD.

Tenants have a choice of using either the Dallas Tollway or Dart light rail – which serves commuters to the doorstep. The Ren Tower, as it’s affectionately nicknamed was built in 1971.

3. Comerica Towers

This 60-floor skyscraper at 1717 main was built in 1987. It houses the headquarters of the Comerica Bank.

Located at the bull’s eye of the Main street District, the building is strategically positioned from the one- way street patterns. Commuters only need to walk a short distance to light rail at both Akard and St Paul Dart.

4. Chase Towers

In the middle of Arts District in downtown Dallas is the 1.3 million plus square foot tower. Built in 1987, the towers’ 55 floors punctuate the skyline. It’s referred to as “ The Keyhole Building” for its sky window. Below the sky window is the sky lobby with a 360-degree view of Dallas.

The building was the first high-rise in Dallas to achieve LEED Gold for its sustainability as a green building. Visitors and tenants access and exit the building through a congestion-free ingress/egress with close proximity to six major freeways.

5. Fountain Place

At the edge of the Dallas Business District, on Rose Avenue is a geometrically skewed glass skyscraper. The 1.2 million square foot tower is designed like a glazed prism. After completion it became the world’s tallest building – glazed with a four-sided structural silicone.

The class A building is fully surrounded by an oasis of 172 dancing fountains, and colorful flowers. Half of the building site is set aside for a two-acre downtown water garden which provides a wet, and shady destination for pedestrians.

Built in 1986, the building was recently renovated in 2013. It connects directly to the Fairmont Hotel to the east via the Northwest downtown tunnel system.

Dallas is recognized as an ideal city to conduct business in U.S. The favorable rents, state of the art commercial space, and a rich cultural scene makes it one of the best cities to live and work in.

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