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Exxon Mobil sells 600,000-SF Pegasus Place in DallasExxon Mobil sells 600,000-SF Pegasus Place in Dallashttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=104562015-09-01T05:00:00Z

​​DALLAS - Exxon Mobil Corp. has sold its longtime under-used Pegasus Place corporate campus off Stemmons Fwy. to an undisclosed Dallas-based investor.

The Dallas office campus includes a 1972-era tower, named Pegasus Place and is at 3000 Pegasus Park Dr. near I-35E.

The Pegasus Place tower —originally constructed for Zale Corp. in 1970 — is a 17-story, 594,000-sf office building that was bought by the former Mobil Oil Corp., along with the rest of the campus, in 1981.

The campus includes a number of buildings, including a two-story, 67,000-sf office building and three auxiliary buildings. There is also a conference center with multiple sized conference rooms to handle a number of meetings at once.

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