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Harwood District Adding 27-Story Office Tower With Anchor Tenant Pre-Lease In Place

The Harwood District in Dallas is gaining another luxury office tower to accommodate growing demand in the midst of dwindling supply. 

An aerial view of the future Harwood No. 14 site in Dallas' Harwood District.

Harwood International is developing Harwood No. 14, a 27-story, 360K SF office building in response to the district reaching a 98% occupancy rate.

Harwood No. 10, which was completed less than one year ago, is already 90 percent leased," Harwood International's managing partner Alexis Barbier-Mueller said in a statement. "We are launching Harwood No. 14 in response to the demand for office space within our district.”

Law firm Haynes and Boone LLP has already signed on as a tenant, with plans to move in three years from now to occupy 125K SF. 

Plans for the tower include gardens, a 13K SF rooftop and sky garden, a grand two-story lobby and a multipurpose business center with enough space to accommodate conferences, catering and curated events. 

Dallas-based architectural firm HDF is the architect of record, with Corgan signed on as associate architect and Tokyo-based architect Kengo Kuma and Associates serving as design architect.

Kengo Kuma is the architectural force credited for the innovative Harwood District Rolex Building, a project once named the "Best Office Project in the World" by Engineering News-Record magazine. 

Harwood plans to set aside 12K SF on the ground level for restaurant use and build a nine-level parking garage. 

JLL's Andy Leatherman, Brooke Armstrong and Brad Selner negotiated the future building's first lease with Harwood International's John Lee, Hannah Waidmann and Kelly Whaley.