Here the most important thing is liberating the floor plan to permeate the whole public realm underneath the building, and then the execution of the building has a high-quality presence towards the city.
—  Michel Rojkind

Location Dallas
Client JPMorgan Chase/Stream Realty
Architect HKS
Design Team Eddie Abeyta, AIA; Brian Fitzgerald, AIA; Lorenzo Castillo; Victor Rodriguez; Ben Compton, Assoc. AIA; Chadni Tangbe; Jesses Laird, AIA
Contractor Austin Commercial
Structural Engineer Brockette/Davis/Drake
MEP Engineer Blum Consulting Engineers
Civil Engineer Kimley-Horn and Associates
Parking Walter P Moore
Landscape Architect TBG Partners
Curtain Wall Fabricator Design Assist AZA International
Curtain Wall Installer Design Assist Haley Greer
Architectural Graphic Design RSM Design
Vertical Transportation HH Angus

HKS was tasked with building a parking garage for the Trammell Crow Center on an undeveloped block across the street. The postmodern, 50-story office tower was at risk of losing tenants due to a lack of nearby amenities and insufficient parking. To remedy this, the architects presented an urban design solution offering street-level programming to activate the neighborhood and accommodate future growth in the central business district. The parking garage features an innovative facade — “lively yet vigorous” according to the jury — inspired by the neighboring Dallas Arts District. Future phases include the addition of a hotel and a residential/office building.

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