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Your Office, Your Way

Harwood International launches flexible office option to meet the needs of any tenant.
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It may not be “business as usual” in Dallas, but business—however it looks these days—must go on. Global real estate firm, Harwood International, has made doing business easier for local and relocating companies making their way back into the office. Whether your company is downsizing, upsizing, starting over, or anything in between, Harwood has just the space for it with new, flexible office options within the 19-city blocks of the coveted Harwood District. The new offerings come complete with dedicated desks, private offices, furnished suites, and plenty of amenities for companies looking to office in the District—but with low upfront costs and flexibility in terms.

In response to this new market, Harwood has launched two office options—coworking spaces and move-in-ready suites available with or without furniture. “Stemming from our experience with several recent leases, we saw a need for more flexible office options.” Says Kelly Whaley, director of leasing for Harwood International. “Our newest offerings enable companies to provide the office space they need for their associates quickly.”

Without question, the manicured gardens, conference centers, tenant lounges, on-site concierge services, in-house catering, fitness centers, pocket parks, gyms, walkability to numerous Uptown restaurants, on-site dining, and direct access to the Katy Trail the District offers will make the return to the office more appealing for companies of all sizes.  Harwood International is fully dedicated to creating the ultimate office experience in Dallas. The vision for the Harwood District began in 1984 and continues to grow.

Harwood has created these new options to cater to the needs of any office user. Whether you are looking for a dedicated desk, a private office, or a fully integrated office for a full team, there is a solution to fit your unique business requirements. Should those needs change in six months, there are 19-city blocks filled with multiple office towers and plenty of options from which to choose. “As companies and their teams make their way back into the office, Harwood has seen an increased demand in teams seeking more flexible terms, and we are uniquely positioned to cater to growing companies,” says Hannah Mesh, leasing manager with Harwood International. “If a company is just needing a few desks, we have a place for them. But, if they plan to expand over the next two years, we can find a solution in either an existing building or one soon to be developed. We offer multiple options for leases because we understand that no two businesses are alike, but the desire for flexibility is universal.”

The new coworking space, Nomad Suites, currently features four leasing options. Hot Desks provide convenience to individuals seeking a place to office a few days out of the week. Dedicated Desks offer a reserved station and desk area. For teams looking for a more personal atmosphere, Private Offices and Enterprise Suites are designed to fit those requirements. Should tenants find they need more space, Harwood can find them a more permanent home to fit their growing business with move-in-ready suites in a more traditional office space that can be built out and fully customized. The District, which now includes nine office buildings, nine restaurants, and two residential towers, will continue to grow to include over 11 million square feet in office, retail, and residential development.

“Harwood has always built for the future, and tenants can be confident that whatever is added next will be desirable,” Whaley says. “Harwood is continually upgrading to make your office experience better while you are here, working with the best architects throughout the world to create a curated experience for tenants, whether they are from Dallas or relocating from New York or California.”

About Harwood District: Harwood District has earned a Walk Score of 92 and has two direct connections to the 3.5-mile Katy Trail for its tenants, residents, and visitors. New additions are Harwood No. 10, a 22-story office tower designed by Dallas-based HDF, Bleu Ciel, a 33-story condominium tower designed by Paris-based Jean-Michel Wilmotte and HDF, and the new Rolex Building designed by Tokyo-based Kengo Kuma & Associates and HDF. Harwood No. 14 broke ground in February. Designed in partnership with Kengo Kuma & Associates, Corgan, and HDF, the 27-story tower brings 360,000 square feet of office space, approximately 17,000 square feet of restaurant space for Harwood Hospitality Group, and features a 17,000-square-foot rooftop and sky garden. In addition, HI’s hospitality division is under development on its 22-story boutique hotel within the District. The company has received numerous design and community awards, including recognition by ENR for the Best Office Project in the World for its Rolex Building. Please visit harwoodinternational.com for more information.

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