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BOKA Powell Creates Flexible Design for Victory Park Office Tower

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Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) March 09, 2012

BOKA Powell has created a next-generation adaptable design for the new 400,000 square foot, Class A office tower at the Victory Park mixed use development in downtown Dallas, working with commercial real estate development and investment firm KDC. The 23-story building, consisting of 14-plus floors of office space above an eight story parking structure, is designed to meet the needs of a range of potential tenants. Specifically, the innovative tower design will accommodate a wide variety of floor plate sizes, ranging from 25,000 to 54,000 square feet, the size of a large trading floor.

The new tower will be a “next generation office building” with a number of technology advances including:
1) An energy efficient “green” design incorporating 10-foot ceiling heights, allowing for more natural daylight than typical nine-foot ceilings.
2) High efficiency mechanical and electrical systems.
3) LED lighting systems incorporated throughout the building.
4) An innovative elevator control system that reduces the number of hoistway openings, while simultaneously achieving faster service.

“We believe this new Victory Park building will be a trend-setting structure, due to its energy efficient design and adaptability,” said Don Powell, principal of BOKA Powell architects, based in Dallas. “There aren’t many speculative developments available in the country right now, so this is an opportunity for a company to lease space that is ideally suited to their needs. The building can be altered dramatically to adapt to the lead tenant’s requirements and will greatly maximize a company’s efficiency.”

BOKA Powell is currently working with potential tenants on preliminary office layouts. Construction is expected to begin this fall, with anticipated completion in late 2014. KDC will pursue LEED® certification from the U.S. Green Building Council for this project.

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