The North Texas office of Cushman & Wakefield recently got a new leader in Ran Holman. Now the group has signed on for new office space in one of the area’s most exclusive buildings.
The commercial real estate giant has leased nearly 41,000 square feet in McKinney & Olive, a 20-story office tower that’s nearing completion in Uptown. It will occupy two floors in the building. The company will merge two existing locations—one on Sherry Lane in Preston Center and one at Rosewood Court in Uptown—following its 2015 merger with DTZ.
Craig Wilson, Randy Cooper, Mike Wyatt and Matt Heidelbaugh were the in-house tenant reps for Cushman & Wakefield; John Zogg was the in-house representative for Crescent.
C&W’s lease takes McKinney & Olive to nearly 90 percent leased. Other recent tenant additions includes global industrial REIT Prologis, which took 12,900 square feet, and Saatchi & Saatchi, the agency of record for Toyota, which leased 52,000 square feet. According to Zogg, several retail leases should be announced in the coming month. He expects the building to be completely leased by the time it opens later this summer.
The 530,000-square-foot McKinney & Olive was designed by the famed Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects.