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Harwood Breaks Ground On Its Tallest Office Tower

The 360K SF Harwood No. 14 office tower broke ground on Thursday, launching a construction process that will eventually result in the Harwood District's tallest office tower to date at 27 stories high. 

Harwood International CEO Gabriel Barbier-Mueller, Managing Partner Alexis Barbier-Mueller and Managing Partner Oliver Barbier-Mueller.

Located within the 19-city block Harwood District, the building will offer tenants like law firm Haynes and Boone a two-story lobby with stairs that blend indoor and outdoor elements, a landscaped outdoor area, open pocket gardens and a 17K SF rooftop and sky garden with a view of Harwood No. 10's sky gardens across the street.

The project will serve as a connector to Harwood No. 10 and to the rest of the Harwood District and neighboring areas, Harwood International founder and CEO Gabriel Barbier-Mueller said in a press release.

Haynes and Boone signed a lease for 125K SF and intends to move to the facility in 2023. 

The final product will come to fruition with the help of builders from Manhattan Construction and architects from HDF, Corgan and Kengo Kuma & Associates.

Tenants will have access to a grand motor court at the ground level and an on-site center for conferences, catering and events. The ground level also will bring 16K SF of additional restaurant space into the district. 

The Uptown/Turtle Creek office market, which includes the Harwood District, reported a 15.2% vacancy rate in the fourth quarter of 2020, according to data from Transwestern.