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February 2013

Trammell Crow Breaks Ground on Energy Center Three

The stage has been set for another major company to make The Energy Corridor its headquarters, as Trammel Crow Company broke ground recently on Energy Center Three – a 20-story, high-end office development at the southwest corner of North Eldridge Parkway and Interstate 10.

The 546,000-square-foot, Class AA office tower is the first project of several planned for Trammel Crow’s prime, 19-acre Energy Corridor site. Energy Center Three has already been pre-certified as an LEED Gold building, and will cost more than $150 million to develop.

Trammel Crow is partnering with Principal Real Estate Investors on the tower. Energy Center Three is a spec building project, designed by Kirksey Architecture to become home for a major tenant when it is slated to open in late 2014. The tower’s first three floors will feature collaborative spaces and other amenities well-suited for a corporate headquarters.

Energy Corridor building activity has been robust along I-10, as Energy Center Three joins another major campus expanding about a mile away at the N. Dairy Ashford interchange. That project for Shell Oil E&P includes two 336,000 square-foot office buildings.
 

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