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New office building for Rolex in the works for Dallas’ booming Uptown
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July 8,2015



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The small office project, which includes three levels of underground parking , would be next door to the Rolex Building – Harwood’s first project in Uptown.

Real estate brokers who are tracking the deal say that Rolex plans to move its operations from the 33-year-old Rolex building into the new 130,000-square-foot office project. The building would be ready in about 18 months.
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A site plan for the project sent to the Dallas plan commission shows the office building is surrounded by a water feature, landscaping and walkways.

The development site is just three blocks from the Crescent and close to Victory Park.
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Construction starts next week on new Rolex building in Uptown
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Developer Harwood International is breaking ground next week on it’s next Uptown project.
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A groundbreaking will be held on Tuesday for the 130,000-square-foot office project.
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Why's this in the "high-rise" section?
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Why's this in the "high-rise" section?
Thanks for the input, futuresooner.

If there were a page dedicated to both low-rise and mid-rise developments, moderators take note, then I would post so there.

However, I do not consider this a "general" development as it only affects the parties invested in the project and is not a considered public development, as is the case with most projects listed on the general development page.
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Harwood International unveils Rolex building design as work gets underway

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As Harwood International and executives with Rolex turned dirt on the latest Harwood District building Tuesday, the development firm unveiled an artistic design for the high-end manufacturer's new Dallas office.

The seven-story, 138,857 square-foot build-to-suit office building soon will sit on a small tract of land adjacent to Saint Ann Court at Harry Hines Boulevard and Moody Street in Dallas.
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World-renowned landscape architect Sadafumi Uchiyama plans to curate a Japanese-inspired tiered garden with rampart stone walls at the base of the building with cascading waterfalls and reflecting pools on the property.

Within the dream-like landscaping, The Rolex Building will include a motor court and pedestrian friendly sidewalks to tie the site to the rest of the Harwood District.
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Perhaps I'm misreading the architectural plan, but the rendering does not depict a pedestrian bridge to the former Rolex building.
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Is the height known for this? If it exceeds 115 feet, it can be moved back to the high-rise proposal section. Seems to be tall enough.

Very nice design, excited to see more.
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Is the height known for this? If it exceeds 115 feet, it can be moved back to the high-rise proposal section. Seems to be tall enough.

Very nice design, excited to see more.
Not sure but I'm assuming the top garden area is not considered a floor and it's probably whats makes this building look taller than 7 floors.
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Renderings of a conceptual development in Harwood include the Rolex building:




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Thanks for the input, futuresooner.

If there were a page dedicated to both low-rise and mid-rise developments, moderators take note, then I would post so there.

However, I do not consider this a "general" development as it only affects the parties invested in the project and is not a considered public development, as is the case with most projects listed on the general development page.
I was thinking about this. A thread for low/mid/high rises for Dallas, and other Texan Cities in a style that labels the city and project. Sort of a record/encyclopedia.

Made this thread for just that: http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=218482

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I was thinking about this. A thread for low/mid/high rises for Dallas, and other Texan Cities in a style that labels the city and project. Sort of a record/encyclopedia.

Made this thread for just that: http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=218482
Thank you, Chris.
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