|Renaissance Tower is one downtown Dallas' largest skyscrapers|
Thursday, July 21, 2016
Ernst & Young expands operations in downtown Dallas' Renaissance Tower
A major tenant is expanding its operations in one of downtown Dallas' largest skyscrapers.
Ernst & Young Co. is taking an additional floor in the 56-story Renaissance Tower at 1201 Elm Street.
The accounting giant is remodeling the 11th floor to add almost 31,000 square feet to its operations in Renaissance Tower.
With the expansion, E&Y will have 125,000-square-feet in the office tower, according to leasing agent Dennis Barnes with CBRE.
Before the E&Y expansion, the 1.7 million square foot Renaissance Tower was just under 70 percent leased.
The 44-year-old skyscraper is owned by New York-based Moinian Group.
E&Y also has about 150,000 square feet of office space in the One Victory Park tower on the northwest edge of downtown. That's the location of its North Texas headquarters.
Written by Steve Brown/Dallas Morning News