CBRE moves its global headquarters to the Park District Building overlooking Klyde Warren Park » Dallas Innovates

CBRE moves its global headquarters to the Park District Building overlooking Klyde Warren Park » Dallas Innovates
CBRE moves its global headquarters to the Park District Building overlooking Klyde Warren Park » Dallas Innovates

Commercial real estate giant CBRE Group — which moved its global headquarters from California to Uptown Dallas in 2020 — now plans to move its headquarters just a few blocks away to the Park District complex, where it will have striking views of Klyde Warren Park below and downtown Dallas right in south.

That’s according to a report from Steve Brown in the Dallas Morning News, which says CBRE will lease two and a half floors of office space totaling 67,000 square feet that was originally occupied by the coworking business, Hana, in 2019.

“It’s a spectacular space,” CBRE CEO Bob Sulentic told DMN of the offices on Pearl Street and Woodall Rodgers Freeway. “Our corporate functions will be over there. We’ll have some of our global leaders over there in different parts of the business. We think we’re in late summer or early fall.”

CBRE’s headquarters are currently located in the 19-story 2100 McKinney tower. The company had previously planned to move into a new 27-story tower to be built in McKinney at Maple, DMN notes, but that project was put on hold during the pandemic, leading to today’s Park District lease news.

Sulentic told DMN that most of CBRE’s 100,000-plus employees will continue to work in its offices around the world, adding, “But Dallas is officially our home now. It’s turning out to be a good place for us.”


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