The workplace is evolving. While we already touched on office space trends that are becoming the norm, technology in the workplace is also changing the game. With the rise of the millennial workers and the prevalence of technology in today’s office environment, the workplace is not what it used to be.Read More
High-profile businesses are clinging to the Dallas Arts District for an agile environment of work and entertainment. Trammell Crow Center (TCC) - built in 1985 and located in the heart of the Arts District - is getting a plethora of updates and added features bringing even more for businesses to enjoy. Some of the new additions will include a 9,000 square foot fitness center, 34,000 square feet of retail, and a 9,000 square foot conference center.
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Mayor Mike Rawlings has announced the official expansion of Dallas Arts Week into Dallas Arts Month, as of April. The celebration will continue to build awareness and appreciation for the cultural renaissance happening right in the heart of our city. The decision to expand from a mere seven days to a vast thirty, stemmed from the community—we wanted more creatively driven endeavors and we got it.Read More
The 32-year old Trammell Crow Center (TCC) is getting a full renovation that will bring a new modern look to the main lobby and street-level exterior. When complete, the project will include a new parking garage with a parking ratio of 3:1000, a 9,000 square-foot athletic center, 1.4 acres of outdoor space, a 9,000 square-foot conference center and 36,000 square feet of new retail. The improvements will transform Trammell Crow Center into a mixed-use destination that will truly create definition and connection within the Dallas Arts District.Read More
Nestled within the heart of Dallas, the Arts District is well positioned among the arts, business, and entertainment.
The district covers 19 square blocks, spread across 69 acres. Blocks from Uptown and State Thomas and centrally located between major highway access points, the Arts District is a cultural hub conveniently nestled in Dallas’ core.Read More
At Trammell Crow Center, we’re gearing up for lobby-level renovations and creating a unique experience for our tenants. With a restaurant, fitness facility, car wash and detail, valet parking, and conference center available to our tenants, we anticipate a heightened work experience for everyone in the building.Read More
Opened in December of 1998, the Trammell and Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Art has been a fixture of the Dallas Arts District scene for nearly two decades. Directly across from the Nasher Sculpture Center, the Crow Collection was envisioned as an effort to share a love of Asian art and culture, and bridge the cultural gap between Eastern and Western societies.