It's a 10
When it opens, Harwood No. 10 will be unlike any other office building in Dallas. The 22-story tower developed by Harwood International is nothing like a typical "box" — much like how the other buildings in the HARWOOD District bring restaurants and office buildings to a more sophisticated level.
Learn a little more about the group's latest architectural marvel, and keep an eye out for it when you're traversing HARWOOD's 18 city blocks.
1. Outdoors, meet indoors
Ground-floor gardens? Everyone has those. No. 10 is elevating its green space (literally) to include gardens on the 10th, 16th, and 17th floors, all surrounded by floor-to-ceiling glass walls. The penthouse space will also have two private roof gardens, each providing 360-degree views of uptown, downtown, and HARWOOD.
2. Walkability to the max
All of HARWOOD is walkable, but No. 10 is taking it a step — or several steps — further with La Rue Perdue. The European-inspired pedestrian walkway will connect the building to its neighbor, Harwood No. 4, and be lined with retailers chosen through input from current and future HARWOOD District tenants. Going between Dallas towers or strolling an open-air corridor in France? It'll be tough to tell.
3. Score one for the home team
Harwood International has collaborated with some pretty big names in the past, from Kengo Kuma's firm, which is designing the stadium for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, to world-renowned landscape architect Sadafumi Uchiyama. But No. 10 is the first building in HARWOOD that’s being completed entirely in-house, utilizing each part of Harwood International’s fully integrated company. From the architecture and design to the construction and property management, it’s all under the HI umbrella, with HDF Architects leading the design process.
4. Say "custom" and mean it
Incoming tenants to No. 10 can mold the floorplans of their offices to suit their companies. Need more open-plan space? You got it. Offices more your style? No problem. There is a total of 220,548 square feet of office space to work with, so each organization that takes up residence can have exactly what they want and need.
5. Amenities, amenities, amenities
Put aside the incredible dining options in HARWOOD for a moment, as well as the area's packed events calendar, and focus on just this building. Those terrace gardens. Generous covered parking options. An onsite fitness center that has a squash court and golf simulator in its future plans. Plus all the perks that other HARWOOD District tenants enjoy, such as concierge services, car wash services, dry cleaning pick-up and delivery, shoe shining, and HARWOOD Gem cars to whisk you around the neighborhood.
Watch the video below to learn more about Harwood No. 10.