More than a Place of Business: It's a Lifestyle
Harwood District is home to the first office tower in Uptown, Dallas built in 1984. Now, 30+ years later, the District continous to deliver the best in premier working experience.
Surrounded by 250+ dining destinations, 10 luxury hotels, 21,200 multifamily units and a population of over 450,000 within 5 miles, the Harwood District is the perfect spot to plant your office roots.
Whether you are looking to relocate out-of-state and make Dallas your new HQ, or just need a private desk for a few months – we have something for you with these three options:
Best for individuals or small teams seeking coworking space. Enjoy all the comforts of a District tenant, without a large footprint or long term commitment
For those seeking a traditional office space in the Harwood District. Best for small to large teams with a range suite availability.
With numerous acres of developable land, Harwood District is the best fit for those looking to make a statement in the Dallas skyline.
Explore our buildings below, or click to explore leasing opportunities.
- Citymark on the Trail
Citymark on the Trail
3100 McKinnon Street
Dallas, Texas, 75201
Expanding the District of Harwood to 19 city blocks,Citymark on the Katy Trail encompasses a recently renovated 11-story office tower totaling 226,344 square feet atop a four-level parking garage.Learn More
- Harwood Nº 01 - Rolex Building
105,550 rentable square feet
Since its doors opened in 1984, the Rolex building has been an Uptown landmark, serving as Uptown’s first office building.Learn More
The building features an atrium-style lobby centered around a fountain with an impressive Rolex clock rising above it. The clock is accessible from a front circular drive, the parking garage, and the Marie Gabrielle Restaurant and Gardens via a skybridge.
The Rolex Building, the first phase of development at Harwood International Center, overlooks the 1.5 acre European-style rooftop garden, Marie Gabrielle Restaurant and Gardens. This extraordinary green space creates not only a fabulous view, but also a retreat from the work environment where lunches, breaks, and special events are enjoyed year round.
- Harwood Nº 02
2728 N. Harwood, Harwood, Dallas, TX 75201
178,384 rentable square feet
Completed in 1996, Harwood No. 2 is a ten-story Class AA office building designed by world-renowned architect Richard Keating.Learn More
2728 is the winner of the EPA’s Energy Star "Most Efficient Building in the USA." 2728′s lobby is two stories tall and consists of a series of simple interlocking spaces. The building’s amenities include Marie Gabrielle Restaurant and Gardens, a fitness center, and the District of Harwood’s award-winning gardens.
- Harwood Nº 03
2727 N. Harwood, Harwood, Dallas, TX 75201
209,910 rentable square feet
Built in 1999, Harwood No. 3 was designed by world-renowned architect Richard Keating and boasts ten floors and a penthouse atop a four-level parking garage.Learn More
A porte cochere provides a welcome entry for visitors who enter its lobby to view European-inspired gardens through floor-to-ceiling windows. The Marie Gabrielle rooftop gardens join the building via a dramatically landscaped sky bridge. Magnolias: Sous Le Pont recently underwent a renovation, further adding to the building’s allure.
- Harwood Nº 04
2828 N. Harwood, Harwood, Dallas, TX 75201
220,661 square feet
Completed in 2000, Harwood No. 4 offers eleven floors of Class AA office space including an exclusive mezzanine and penthouse atop a ten-floor parking garage. The award-winning building provides extraordinary views of the District of Harwood, Uptown area, and the downtown skyline.Learn More
The lobby was designed by DMJM, Richard Keating, and Lauren Rottet with granite, limestone, and burled redwood finishes. An under-lit glass aggregate of over one million illuminated blue glass rocks, which run the length of the lobby, is the most dramatic accent. The lobby also includes an art collection of antique horses and mounted knights in full armor from The Samurai Collection.
- Harwood Nº 06 - Saint Ann Court
2501 N. Harwood, Harwood, Dallas, TX 75201
Twenty six-story building
314,361 rentable square feet
Saint Ann Court is a Class AA luxury office building offering 320,000 square feet and 26 floors of distinctive architecture, amenities, and ready access to major Uptown Dallas attractions. Designed by Los Angeles-based Shimoda Design Group, Saint Ann Court opened in 2009 and is the sixth phase planned by Harwood International.Learn More
Saint Ann Restaurant & Bar is an Uptown favorite, boasting Dallas’ largest garden patio and lounge. Saint Ann Restaurant & Bar is located next to Saint Ann Court. The first level of the two-story red brick building is Saint Ann Restaurant & Bar and the second level houses The Ann & Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum: The Samurai Collection.
Other special features for tenants and visitors include the Rockefeller Sky Garden over the 11-story parking garage, VIP parking, and a private fitness center with Technogym equipment overlooking the Saint Ann Court gardens.
- Harwood Nº 07 - Frost Tower
2950 N. Harwood, Harwood, Dallas, TX 75201
Twenty two-story building
167,000 rentable square feet
The 22-story Class AA office tower features approximately 167,000 RSF including two office penthouses with private balconies and over 9,000 RSF of mixed retail and landscaped gardens along the lower level. Frost Tower is the seventh phase within Harwood.Learn More
Frost, a long-term tenant of Harwood, has expanded and occupy approximately 57,000 RSF of the development, as well as Polsinelli and Rochon Family Office. Each typical floor is 13,119 square feet and allows every tenant elevator visibility and high-rise views of the Dallas skyline.
- Harwood Nº 08 - The New Rolex Building
136,857 square feet
The Rolex Building is designed in collaboration with Dallas-based HDF, LLC and Tokyo-based Kengo Kuma & Associates.Learn More
This iconic seven-story building features 136,857 square feet, including 56,422 square feet of office spaces. Curated environments designed by world-renowned landscape architect Sadafumi Uchiyama include a Japanese inspired tiered garden featuring rampart stone walls at the base of the building with reflecting pools and cascading waterfalls spilling over the sides.
A motor court is nestled within the gardens and pedestrian-friendly sidewalks which tie the site to the gardens of Saint Ann Court and across to the existing Rolex building.
- Harwood Nº 10
2850 N. Harwood, Harwood, Dallas, TX 75201
Twenty-Two Story Building
226,778 square feet
Designed by Dallas-based HDF, LLC, the Class AA office tower features 22 floors totaling 226,778 RSF. This is the tenth development in the master-planned District of Harwood located at 2850 N. Harwood St., Harwood, Dallas, TX.Learn More
The ground level of the building will feature over 9,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space with adjacent gardens and outdoor seating. These gardens are continued on the tenth level with 17,214 square feet of green roof terraces. The building is topped off with 10,485 square feet of boutique office penthouse space and two private green roof gardens providing 360 views of downtown, uptown, and Harwood.
- Harwood Nº 14
2801 N. Harwood, Harwood, Dallas, TX 75201
Twenty seven-story building
360,000 rentable square feet
The next addition to the Harwood District, Harwood No. 14 expands upon Harwood International’s trophy office portfolio and renowned hospitality group.Learn More
Harwood No. 14 will be centrally located in the 19-city block Harwood District further facilitating effortless accessibility from each of Dallas’s major transportation arteries.
Designed in partnership with Kengo Kuma & Associates, Corgan, and HDF, the tower brings 360,000 RSF of office space, 16,000 SF of restaurant space for our Harwood Hospitality Group, and features a 17,000 SF rooftop + sky garden.
“We believe that the future tenants will appreciate the strong connections to the outside, with a big park-like terrace on level 12, the outdoor feeling in the lobby, and even two viewing balconies higher in the building,” said Kengo Kuma. “Fresh air and light are essential, and our connection to nature is more important than ever.”