Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Depth of Tenant Interest Evident at Trammell Crow Center

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 Trammell Crow Center
The iconic Trammell Crow Center has been hopping lately with eight lease transactions. The class-A office tower located in the Arts District at 2001 Ross Ave. has recorded transactions totaling more than 86,000 square feet of leasing volume.
Stream Realty Partners’ Ramsey March tells GlobeSt.com: “Trammell Crow Center is not only a Dallas icon, but it’s surrounded by the city’s best urban green space and cultural institutions, which makes it unique compared to its Uptown competition. We are pleased with the depth of tenant interest right now coming from a broad cross-section of industries.”
The leases exemplify Trammell Crow Center’s focus on maintaining the highest quality tenant base across a broad industry spectrum. And, the center along with the nearby mixed-use project have plans in the works for some hefty improvements to garner additional tenants in the future.
“Our recent activity at Trammell Crow center really drives home the building’s appeal to tenants of all stripes. We are seeing an increase in demand from creatives and other open-office format users lately,” says Sara Terry, vice president, Stream Realty Partners.
Raymond James & Associates Inc. renewed 28,138 square feet at Trammell Crow Center. Stream’s March, Terry and Will Madden represented the landlord in the transaction. Todd Brandon with DTZ Americas Inc. represented the tenant.
Cambridge Associates LLC extended its 15,661 square foot lease at the center. Stream’s March, Terry and Scott Sowanick represented the landlord in the transaction. Russell Cosby and Brooke Armstrong with JLL represented the tenant.
FTI Consulting Inc. renewed 14,577 square feet at the property. Stream’s March, Terry and Madden represented the landlord in the transaction. Greg Biggs and Jeremy McGown with JLL represented the tenant.
Hoefer Wysocki Architects LLC signed a 7,673 square foot expansion there. Stream’s March, Terry and Sowanick represented the landlord in the transaction. Neal Puckett with CBRE represented the tenant.
Trinity Hunt Management LP renewed 7,540 square feet. Stream’s March, Terry and Sowanick represented the landlord in the transaction. Josh White and Robert Zale with CBRE represented the tenant.
Navigant Consulting Inc. extended its 5,411 square foot lease at the center. Stream’s March, Terry and Sowanick represented the landlord in the transaction. Mike Wyatt and Robbie Baty with Cushman & Wakefield represented the tenant.
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By Lisa Brown of the GlobeSt.com


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