Global law firm plans to make the move to PwC Tower in Uptown Dallas

With PwC Tower at Park District slated for completion by mid-year, global law firm Winston & Strawn LLP has announced a deal at the Class A office tower, confirming a bit of information reported on last summer by the Dallas Business Journal.

As previously reported, Winston & Strawn has signed a long-term lease for about 56,000 square feet on floors eight and nine in PwC Tower, a 20-story, 500,000-square-foot office building adjacent to Klyde Warren Park in Uptown Dallas.

Winston & Strawn plans on moving into PwC Tower upon its completion this summer.

The office tower has an executive lounge, fitness facility, onsite restaurants and outdoor amenity spaces, as well as on-site banking by Chase Bank and a valet for tenants and guests.

PwC Tower will give Winston & Strawn, as well as its other tenants, a prestigious home in North Texas with high-quality amenities, said Scott Krikorian, a senior managing director at Trammell Crow Co.’s DFW business unit.

“We are confident that Park District is the perfect location for Winston’s growing Dallas presence,” Krikorian said in a prepared statement.

Trammell Crow Co. is developing Park District, which includes a 34-story, 228-unit luxury residential tower with about 13,000 square feet of retail space, in conjunction with joint venture partner MetLife.

Park District is expected to raise the bar on luxury office and living in Uptown and bring “top-of-the-market” development to this part of Dallas.

Dallas-based High Street Residential, a Trammell Crow Co. affiliate, is overseeing the development of the residential tower. The Office of James Burnett is the landscape architect designing the connecting plaza between the two towers.

HKS Inc., also headquartered in Dallas, is the project architect of PwC Tower.

Phil Puckett, Harlan Davis and Neal Puckett of CBRE’s Dallas office, along with Nancy Pacher of CBRE’s Chicago office, represented Winston in the deal.

Dennis Barnes, Clay Gilbert and Shannon Brown of CBRE’s Dallas office represented the landlords, Trammell Crow Co. and MetLife.

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