A new Las Colinas business campus will bring seven small offices to a high-profile location along State Highway 114 in Irving.
The Highway 114 Office campus is being built at 200 West John Carpenter Freeway and Fuller Drive. The professional and medical campus is a project of Dallas’ Savannah Developers and is part of a larger site previously occupied by the first office building constructed in Las Colinas in the 1970s.
The property is across the highway from the Toyota Music Factory restaurant, entertainment and office complex. It’s near the Irving Convention Center.
Savannah said the project will include seven buildings totaling 57,000 square feet. Planning documents filed with the state estimated the project cost at more than $10 million.
“The site encompasses approximately five acres and will accommodate professional offices, including business and medical,” according to Savannah’s marketing materials.
Dallas’ O’Brien Architects designed the new business park, which is set to open next year, according to the state planning documents.
The office campus is being built on part of an 18-acre property acquired last year by Dallas’ Rosewood Property Co. Rosewood demolished the three-story building at 200 W. John Carpenter Freeway that originally housed offices for Allstate Insurance.
The rest of the site is planned for 370 apartments, a five-story office building and 60 townhomes.
It’s one of three projects Savannah is building in Las Colinas. The developer is constructing a 46,000-square-foot boutique office condominium campus adjacent to the former Four Seasons Hotel & Resort on MacArthur Boulevard.
Savannah is also building 64 residential “flats” on almost eight acres at 200 O’Connor Ridge Blvd. overlooking the TPC Las Colinas golf course.