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Arrow DALLAS | No. 10 Harwood | 22 FLOORS

Harwood Int'l has erected a sign at 2826 N. Harwood in the Harwood neighborhood of Uptown Dallas.


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Great design. Reminds me alot of Austin's The Independent. If Uptown didn't have a height cap that's what it would look like.
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Great design. Reminds me alot of Austin's The Independent. If Uptown didn't have a height cap that's what it would look like.
The stacking effect has become increasingly popular with projects around the globe including Moscow's City of Capitals towers, New York's Two World Trade Center, and NY's beautiful 56 Leonard.

I certainly hope this will be built sooner than later.
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Building website is up. This tower will be 22 stories and the name of it is 2850 Harwood. Below is the diagaram.

http://www.2850harwood.com/

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Designed by Dallas-based HDF, LLC, the Class AA office tower features 22 floors totaling 226,000 RSF. This will be the ninth development in the master-planned district of HARWOOD.
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Harwood International seeking restaurant partner for latest luxury high-rise

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Even as Dallas-based Harwood International has seen an uptick in leasing interest on its latest luxury high-rise tower in the Harwood District, the team has begun seeking a new restaurant partner for the ground floor of the building.
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This one's moving forward.

The name has been changed to "No. 10 Harwood."

Luxury office tower in Harwood District to begin soon
Candace Carlisle
September 7, 2016

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After months of planning, Dallas-based developer Harwood International plans to begin construction on its newest luxury office tower.

The 22-story, 226,778-square-foot office tower, called No. 10 Harwood, at 2850 N. Harwood St. in the Dallas is expected to get underway Thursday morning with an official groundbreaking ceremony.
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During the planning, Harwood executive Jihane Boury, who oversees the developer's leasing efforts, said the firm would like to have about 65,000 square feet of the building pre-leased by a corporate tenant before beginning construction, which could mean Harwood could feel bullish on its chances to snag a key tenant.
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The ground floor of the tower will have more than 9,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space with adjacent gardens and outdoor seating.

The gardens will continue up the building to the 10th floor with 17,214 square feet of green roof terraces, as well as a 10,485-square-foot boutique office penthouse with two private green roof gardens.

Last we spoke to Harwood about this project, the developer was looking for a restaurant partner for a ground-level concept within the tower.
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Construction fence is up.
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The two mature, ~24'' caliper Oak trees have been removed.
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Updated renderings and floorplans, via No. 10 Harwood's website:

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Office Garden Terrace (floor 10)



Sky Terraces (floors 16-17)





Penthouse (floor 22)

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Wow, simply wow! Considering how at first I was not that fond of this building, these renderings really make this building look high quality! That ground floor retail set up is extremely impressive, I wonder if it stems from the old Square at Harwood proposal which was supposed to have some type of Italian themed retail set up.
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Excavation has begun.
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Via DBJ article:

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"We plan to begin drilling piers in mid-December and go vertical soon afterwards."
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Piers are in place.

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The base for the crane is in the ground.
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2850 Harwood

Will this tower be taller than Frost bank tower across the street??
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