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Hillwood has submitted plans to the FAA for a 16-story speculative office building.

The office building would fill the last undeveloped lot along Turtle Creek.

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380,000 SF speculative Office Building with 375,000 above grade and below grade parking structure. Office tower (16) stories, approximately 270 AGL (820 AMSL). Parking structure (8) stories approximate heigh 80' AGL (530 AMSL).
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09/01/2016 to 09/01/2018
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Exclusive: Perot's Hillwood brings in Exxon Mobil architect to design new Turtle Creek tower
Candace Carlisle
June 1, 2016



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The Perot family, with the help of Hillwood Urban, has begun working with the award-winning architect Jon Pickard and his team on the design of a very different office tower on a high-profile tract along Turtle Creek Boulevard.

New Haven, Connecticut-based Pickard Chilton ' the same firm behind Exxon Mobil's new Houston campus and Devon Energy's new 50-story corporate tower in Oklahoma City ' has been hired to put together some conceptual plans for a 15- to 18-story office tower at the southwest...
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Perot’s high-rise project will be the first office tower along Dallas’ Turtle Creek since the 1980s
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June 16, 2016



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Ross Perot Jr.’s Hillwood Urban real estate firm is looking for tenants for a high-rise office to be built on the last vacant site along Dallas’ posh Turtle Creek corridor.
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Hillwood hired award-winning architect Pickard Chilton of New Haven, Conn., to design the high-rise project at 3001 Turtle Creek Blvd.
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Plans for the 350,000-square-foot building include a landscaped park area facing the boulevard and a restaurant with outdoor dining.
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“We are doing work across the country, but this Turtle Creek property in Dallas is probably one of the richest urban sites I’ve ever been able to work on,” said founding partner Jon Pickard. “The building will rise up the hill, and you will look over Turtle Creek and have vistas of downtown Dallas.”

The glass, metal and concrete building will be constructed in two wings, with one section overhanging the outdoor dining area.

“Instead of building one big monolithic block, we wanted something more dynamic, and we wanted to maximize the view,” Pickard said. “There is going to be an amazing restaurant with a terrace.

“We’ve created a spectacular park with the building set way back,” he said. “It’s going to be an experience you don’t typically get in an urban context.”

Pickard Chilton is working with Klyde Warren Park landscape designer James Burnett on the park and garden areas of the Turtle Creek project.

“We preserved the natural topography and preserved the trees,” Pickard said.
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“They could have built a bigger building, but they want to make sure it contributes to the character of Dallas,” Pickard said.


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Building name is 3001 Turtle Creek.

Building is 17 floors.

Via Pickard Chilton:

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3001 Turtle Creek is a 350,000 square foot, 17-story, multi-tenant Class A office building that is expected to contribute to the continuing renaissance of Turtle Creek in Dallas. Envisioned as a jewel, it has been designed to exceed the client’s aspirations for the quality of architecture, the caliber of workspace and amenities for its discerning tenants.

As Pickard Chilton’s first building in Dallas, it boasts floor-to-ceiling windows, collaborative workspaces, dynamic elevator atriums and open stairway connections– all within a high performance and elegantly crafted curtainwall. Its offset core maximizes flexibility in accommodating a range of tenants while allowing for abundant natural light and breathtaking panoramic views.

Sophisticated common areas include a lobby, café and five-star restaurant with a shaded outdoor patio. At ground level, a discrete circular drive offers vehicular access and parking. An integrated one-acre park along Turtle Creek Boulevard features a cascading walkway that connects with the popular Katy Trail.
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Hillwood, the developer, appeared before the OCL to request approval for a rooftop helipad.


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