New Haven, Connecticut-headquartered global architecture studio Pickard Chilton has announced that it will lead the design of a freeway-abutting, 38-story new office tower in downtown Dallas. Dubbed Field Street Tower, the Hillwood Urban-developed high-rise, at 600 feet, will stand as the tallest office tower to join the skyline of Texas’s third most populous city in 30 years. Per Pickard Chilton, the glass-sheathed structure will serve as a “new centerpiece of the city’s skyline.”
The last two commercial skyscrapers built in Dallas to rise above 600 feet are SOM’s Chase Tower (738 feet) and the Philip Johnson- and John Burgee-designed Comerica Bank Tower (787 feet), originally known as Momentum Place.
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