Work is underway on a new build-to-suit 22-story Dallas high-rise by developer Gabriel Barbier-Mueller. Frost Tower is being built by Dallas-based Harwood International – developer of Harwood, Dallas’ fastest growing district. The Class-AA building at 2950 N. Harwood Street will have eight levels of parking with 13 floors of office space on top of that.
Named for Frost Bank, the building will have a groundfloor banking lobby and Frost will be the lead office tenant, occupying 57,000 square-feet on floors 10 through 14, leaving six office floors of 13,119 square-feet each and two penthouse floors consisting of 9,446 square-feet and 11,301 square-feet, with outdoor terraces. Every tenant will have elevator visibility and views of the Dallas skyline. There is also over 9,000 square-feet of mixed retail.
Frost Bank, founded in 1868, is one of Texas’ largest banking, investments and insurance companies with more than $21 billion in assets.
Developer Gabriel Barbier-Mueller was born and raised in Geneva, Switzerland. He moved to Dallas in 1979 and founded Harwood International in 1988. His global real estate firm has offices and projects in niche markets including Beverly Hills, Dallas, Sunnyvale’s Gold Coast, Geneva, London’s West End, Paris, and Zurich’s Golden Triangle.
The Frost Tower development marks the seventh phase within the Dallas district of Harwood, where 17 phases are planned. The district is a historic commercial district and Dallas Landmark District on the east end of downtown Dallas, lying in parts of the City Center District, Main Street District and Farmers Market District.
Renderings courtesy of Harwood International