Crescent Real Estate LLC on Tuesday marked the topping out of The Luminary in the West End Historic District and unveiled new artistic renderings of the lobby as well as the rooftop terrace.
“We’re at an incredibly exciting point with The Luminary. Now that we’ve topped out the building, the seven-story structure is emerging as a stunning landmark within the West End district,” said Joseph Pitchford, managing director of Crescent Real Estate LLC who oversees the project. “And today we’re getting a sneak peek at the cutting-edge, dynamic interior spaces that are going to complement the innovative and creative vibe of The Luminary.”
Fort Worth-based Crescent, in partnership with Long Wharf Capital LLC, purchased the headquarters of Dallas-based architectural firm Corgan in 2017 and announced plans for an innovative expansion to be located at the front of the vibrant West End District and on the edge of Downtown and Uptown Dallas.
Designed by Corgan, the building embraces the West End’s historic nature while providing a modern office space designed to blend with the area’s “walkable” lifestyle.
The new seven-story expansion makes it the tallest building in the West End and features an industrial-chic rooftop terrace. The Luminary is 104,979 square feet with each floor having 27,237 square feet. Corgan leased back the existing 57,731-square-foot, three-story building at 401 North Houston St. and leased an additional 23,268 square feet of the new office building adjacent to Corgan’s office.