WORK IN ART

Fountain Place is a Dallas landmark, an instantly recognizable 58-story glass prism that defines the City’s skyline. Designed by preeminent architects I.M. Pei and Harry Cobb of I.M. Pei Partners and originally constructed in 1986, Fountain Place is now undergoing an extensive $70 million renovation that will carefully and thoughtfully update all of the building interiors so that they are as timeless as the iconic exterior.

 

Where Fountain Place meets the ground, you will find space – space for amenities that make this workplace distinctive and unique.  Building amenities are currently being expanded and upgraded to create a workplace environment that is both beautiful and functional.  An outdoor plaza designed by legendary landscape architect Dan Kiley that encompasses 1.7 acres of water and trees and gathering places.  A tenant lounge off the courtyard that provides an indoor respite, to unplug or just to change perspective.  A coffee/wine bar to recharge or to relax.  A dramatic new lobby finished with a one-of-a-kind artistic glass that impresses and inspires.  A state-of-the-art, fully equipped fitness center with private showers and individual lockers.  These and other elements of Fountain Place improve function, efficiency and productivity.

SITE BY CUSHMAN & WAKEFIELD   |   COPYRIGHT GODDARD INVESTMENT GROUP

Fountain Place is a Dallas landmark, an instantly recognizable 58-story glass prism that defines the City’s skyline. Designed by preeminent architects I.M. Pei and Harry Cobb of I.M. Pei Partners and originally constructed in 1986, Fountain Place is now undergoing an extensive $70 million renovation that will carefully and thoughtfully update all of the building interiors so that they are as timeless as the iconic exterior.

Where Fountain Place meets the ground, you will find space – space for amenities that make this workplace distinctive and unique.  Building amenities are currently being expanded and upgraded to create a workplace environment that is both beautiful and functional.  An outdoor plaza designed by legendary landscape architect Dan Kiley that encompasses 1.7 acres of water and trees and gathering places.

 

A tenant lounge off the courtyard that provides an indoor respite, to unplug or just to change perspective.  A coffee/wine bar to recharge or to relax.  A dramatic new lobby finished with a one-of-a-kind artistic glass that impresses and inspires.  A state-of-the-art, fully equipped fitness center with private showers and individual lockers.  These and other elements of Fountain Place improve function, efficiency and productivity.

Fountain Place is a Dallas landmark, an instantly recognizable 58-story glass prism that defines the City’s skyline. Designed by preeminent architects I.M. Pei and Harry Cobb of I.M. Pei Partners and originally constructed in 1986, Fountain Place is now undergoing an extensive $70 million renovation that will carefully and thoughtfully update all of the building interiors so that they are as timeless as the iconic exterior.

Where Fountain Place meets the ground, you will find space – space for amenities that make this workplace distinctive and unique.  Building amenities are currently being expanded and upgraded to create a workplace environment that is both beautiful and functional.  An outdoor plaza designed by legendary landscape architect Dan Kiley that encompasses 1.7 acres of water and trees and gathering places.

 

A tenant lounge off the courtyard that provides an indoor respite, to unplug or just to change perspective.  A coffee/wine bar to recharge or to relax.  A dramatic new lobby finished with a one-of-a-kind artistic glass that impresses and inspires.  A state-of-the-art, fully equipped fitness center with private showers and individual lockers.  These and other elements of Fountain Place improve function, efficiency and productivity.

SITE BY CUSHMAN & WAKEFIELD

COPYRIGHT GODDARD INVESTMENT GROUP