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Harwood, the premier destination for corporate relocations in Dallas

Offering a wealth of progressive culture, independent spirit and calming nature – all within 19 city blocks – the Harwood District is the premier destination for corporate relocations in the city

The Harwood District is set in a park-like campus
The Harwood District is set in a park-like campus

The Harwood District is the ideal location for growing corporations to find new office space in uptown Dallas. Built as a community of premier class AA office buildings, the District also features luxury residential properties, several highly rated restaurants and retail space. The entire District is set in a park-like campus, with gardens throughout designed by world-renowned landscape architects, with the most recent done by Sadafumi Uchiyama. With a careful hand of elegance and detail, the offices and residential properties alike feature distinctly curated art-filled lobbies, all owned and managed by Harwood International.

The new Rolex Building by architect Kengo Kuma & Associates with HDF
The new Rolex Building by architect Kengo Kuma & Associates with HDF | Image: Courtesy of Harwood International, photo by Bruno

In 1984, Rolex opened its doors in the Harwood District. As a result of growing its workforce and presence in Dallas, it expanded into a new office, designed by Tokyo-based Kengo Kuma and Dallas-based HDF. The building recently earned recognition from Engineering News-Record (ENR) as the Best Office Project in the World.

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As Dallas grows as a central southern hub for international business, the Harwood District is growing along with it. Harwood International’s latest office development ready for occupancy, No 10, features 22 floors of 220,548 RSF of office space and over 14,000 RSF for retail and restaurants. The design contains La Rue Perdue, a  European-inspired space of cobblestone pathways creating a refreshing atmosphere to make one feel miles away from the office. The building also focuses on the ever-important work/life balance for C-suite and junior executives alike, providing such life necessities as a fitness centre, squash court and golf simulator.

The No 10 office development contains La Rue Perdue, a  European-inspired space of cobblestone pathways
The No 10 office development contains La Rue Perdue, a  European-inspired space of cobblestone pathways

While businesses relocate into Harwood No 10, Harwood International keeps striving to be exceptional with its recently submitted Harwood No 12, a 500,000sq ft tower of office and retail space, which will be the tallest in uptown Dallas and feature an observation deck, sky lounge, garden amenity deck and ground-floor restaurants. 

The District also has public parks such as the Katy Trail
The District also has public parks such as the Katy Trail

In Harwood International’s commitment to building a community and to its corporate partners, the Harwood Hospitality Group (its hospitality division) has now constructed the seventh level of its 22-storey boutique hotel within the District. Additionally, the group just launched the Latin-inspired Te Deseo, the eighth and largest concept within its epicurean collection. 

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Tenants in the Harwood District are within walking distance of the city’s most notable attractions, including sports and entertainment arenas; the Dallas Arts District, featuring multiple museums; the Samurai Collection at The Ann & Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum: The Samurai Collectionrestaurants such as Dolce Riviera, The Grove at Harwood, Happiest Hour, Mercat Bistro, Marie Gabrielle Restaurant and Gardens, Saint Ann Restaurant & Bar and Magnolias Sous Le Pont; first-class hotels; and public parks such as the Katy Trail

The 19-city-block District continues to grow into a community of over $4bn in office, retail and residential development to transform the uptown skyline of Dallas, one of the most sought-after places for corporate relocations.

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