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Pomp and circumstance to 110-year-old transformationPomp and circumstance to 110-year-old transformationhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=162052017-04-10T05:00:00Z2017-04-10T20:00:00Z
​​​​​​DALLAS – The historic Dallas High School in downtown Dallas is undergoing a transformation that will give companies an open work floor with some historic flair.

The redevelopment of the four-story, 105,000-sf building—which is the centerpiece in a six-acre, mixed-use development—gave Foundry Ventures a good opportunity.​

Foundry Ventures Inc. plans to set up shop within the nearly 110-year-old high school at 2218 Bryan St. adjacent to the Dallas Area Rapid Transit Pearl St. station in downtown Dallas. 

The company has signed a lease for roughly 19,000 sf of office space with an additional 10,000 sf of retail space in the works for its new downtown Hub location. 

Chicago-based Perkins+Will also plans to move its Dallas office to the building. The architecture firm has leased about 35,000 sf taking the full third floor of the building and part of the second floor.

​With the Foundry, Jack Matthews, CEO of Matthews Southwest, says he's only got the top floor of the building left to lease the building, which is slated for completion next year.​
Dallas Business Journal
Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington
Mixed-Use
http://www.bizjournals.com/dallas/news/2017/03/28/dallas-concept-nabs-spot-at-jack-matthews-historic.html

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