‘Bank of America Tech Connect’ To Move Forward

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A project entitled “Bank of America Tech Connect” is expected to proceed at the Hallmark Center in Addison.

According to a Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation filing from earlier this month, the project, which bears a projected construction cost of more than $332,000, entails a new technology connect space and HP support space.

The work is expected to begin on November 27 of this year, with an anticipated completion date of the end of February 2024, per the filing.

The filing shows renovations involve the “demolition of walls/doors, floor/wall finishes, millwork, ceiling grid/tiles, light fixtures, and removal of furniture.”

The Dallas Express reached out to Bank of America for comment but has yet to receive a response or clarity on what the effort entails.

The ownership group of the 553,779-square-foot Hallmark Center, located at 16001 N Dallas Pkwy, is listed on the filing as SIR Properties Trust, an entity that merged with Office Properties Income Trust at the end of 2018.

Office Properties Income Trust is based in Newton, Massachusetts, and is managed by The RMR Group. An alternative asset management company, RMR owns properties throughout the United States, including several in Texas cities such as Dallas, Fort Worth, Allen, Irving, Las Colinas, Mesquite, Plano, and Rockwall.

Nelson Worldwide of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is listed as the design firm on the state filing. The firm is no stranger to North Texas. The firm’s body of work includes local projects such as Paseo, Maple District Lofts, The Mark at Midtown Park, Bishop Highline, Bishop North and Treehaus in Dallas; Tallgrass Village and Rocklyn in Fort Worth; Mustang Station and Mustang Station 2 in Farmers Branch; The Addison at Keller Springs in Addison; Ablon at Frisco Square, Echelon at The Summit, Park at Rialto, The Isaac and Emerson Court in Frisco; and Twin Creeks Crossing in Addison.

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