Monday, May 06, 2013

Harwood Brings Connecticuit Firm to Dallas Tower

Global real estate developer and investor Harwood International has announced a new 15,068 square foot lease agreement of with Accudyne Industries at 2728 N. Harwood. Accudyne, a Connecticuit-based company is moving its corporate offices to Dallas.
Jihane Boury, VP and director of leasing for Harwood International, negotiated the lease withMichael Swaldi, Larry McCorkle and Jeff Staubach of JLL and Kevin McGlinchey ofAccudyne Industries, LLC. This lease brings 2728 N. Harwood to 100% leased.
“We’re always pleased when companies select Dallas to relocate, especially within our district of Harwood,” said Boury. “It’s important for the growth of our bustling city and we welcome Accudyne Industries to their new home.”
Accudyne Industries is a leading global provider of highly engineered pumps and compressors serving a broad array of industrial markets. Brands include Sullair, Sundyne, Milton Roy, Haskell, Dosatron, and many others. The company has five production locations across the U.S., and 15 other production facilities in seven countries across four continents. 
“We are excited to be relocating our corporate offices to Dallas and look forward to enjoying the significant advantages that this great city has to offer,” said Elmer Doty, president and CEO, Accudyne Industries, LLC. “After extensive research we felt that the vibrant Harwood district of Uptown Dallas was the best possible location for our headquarters and will accommodate our long-term needs.”
Completed in 1996, 2728 N. Harwood is a ten-story Class AA office building designed by world-renowned architect Richard Keating. 2728 is the 1999 winner of the EPA’s Energy Star “Most Efficient Building in the USA.” The building’s main amenities include Marie Gabrielle Restaurantand Gardens, a fitness center, and a 1.5 acre European-style rooftop garden.
Founded in 1988 by Swiss-born Gabriel Barbier-Mueller, Harwood International is a global real estate developer and investor with prime offices and projects in select niche markets in Beverly Hills, Dallas, Geneva, London’s West End, Paris, Sunnyvale, and Zurich. 

By David PhillipsDallas/Fort Worth