Victory Commons One Filling Up

Victory Commons One
Victory Commons One office tower | Image by Hillwood Urban

Hillwood Urban, owner of the newly built Victory Commons One office tower in Uptown’s Victory Park District, has secured multiple tenants for its state-of-the-art building.

The tower, which includes 350,000 square feet of leasable office space, is located next to the American Airlines Center and is surrounded by the city’s Design District, the Arts District, Klyde Warran Park, Trinity Groves, and Victory Park.

Victory Commons One, the first building in an eventual three-phase development, is not just another office tower. Its website proudly declares it as a response to changing office priorities, with a unique focus “on the health and wellness of each customer and guest.” The 15-story building includes “distinctive finishes” to inspire success, spacious floor designs to enhance safety and communication, and “enhanced wellness features,” like ample natural light, a seventh-floor “Sky Garden,” and a fitness center onsite.

The owner, Hillwood Urban, is quickly filling up space after recently securing the lease for the entire fourth floor to a still-unnamed IT services and consulting firm, reported Dallas Business Journal.

Steelcase, a furniture manufacturer for offices, hospitals, and classrooms, has opened an 11,000-square-foot showroom on the third floor of the new office tower. It represents one of nine WorkLife Centers the company has established across the country. The centers are used to display furniture that promotes a healthy work environment.

“This collaboration with Steelcase further elevates the status of Victory Commons One as the most vibrant and innovative workplace in the market,” Bill Brokaw, senior vice president at Hillwood Urban, said in a press release.

“We are excited to share our new WorkLife Center with the vibrant business community in Dallas,” said Randy Malone, regional sales manager for Steelcase, in a press release. “This space reflects our deep understanding of the changing realities of work our customers face today. WorkLife Centers function not only as showrooms, but as living labs where we can test new ways of working to help people work better.”

White Rhino Coffee, which currently has over a dozen locations in the metroplex, plans to operate a 2,300-square-foot ground-floor location. Once complete, it will be the coffee company’s biggest store and its flagship location.

The new spot, which will offer exclusive beverages, is slated to open this summer.

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