Construction of Uptown office tower slated to begin in October, cost $68.7 million


One of the largest office towers in the works in Uptown is expected kick off this fall.

Construction of Stonelake Capital Partners’ planned 17-story, 180,000-square-foot office tower and parking garage at 2626 McKinney Ave. will begin in October and cost $68.7 million, according to a planning document filed with the state.

The project will be on a site across the street from Whole Foods Market now occupied by a low-rise office, which Stonelake Capital acquired in 2021. The Dallas Morning News reported Feb. 3 that the building would open in mid-2025.

The glass-clad high-rise will feature an 11th-floor amenity level with tenant lounge, conference and event space, fitness center and landscaped terrace with views of the Dallas skyline. The penthouse suite will have a 2,300-square-foot private terrace.

Beck Group designed the project. Matt Schendle and Zach Bean of Cushman & Wakefield are marketing the offices to prospective tenants.

The project will join several other office towers being built in Uptown, which have already attracted major corporate tenants. They include Harwood International’s 27-story Harwood No. 14 project along Harry Hines Boulevard, the 26-story 23Springs office tower by Granite Properties on Cedar Springs Road across from The Crescent and the 12-story Quad tower near McKinney Avenue from Stream Realty Partners.

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