Goldman Sachs Group Inc. plans to anchor a new office tower in Dallas that would hold thousands of employees, part of the bank’s expansion beyond its Manhattan base.
The bank intends to lease a minimum of 800,000 square feet of space in a property that will be built by Hunt Realty, according to Dallas city documents. Goldman and the developer are investing roughly $500 million in the project, on several acres at 2323 N. Field St.
The city council is scheduled to vote Wednesday on a package of economic incentives totaling about $18 million, including tax abatements and job grants for the bank. In exchange, Goldman will create
→ Continue reading at Crain's New York Business