1700 Pacific

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1700 Pacific Avenue
1700 Pacific northside.jpg
Former namesFirst City Centre
General information
TypeCommercial offices
Location1700 Pacific Avenue
Dallas, Texas
Coordinates32°46′56″N 96°47′48″W / 32.7823°N 96.7966°W / 32.7823; -96.7966Coordinates: 32°46′56″N 96°47′48″W / 32.7823°N 96.7966°W / 32.7823; -96.7966
Construction started1981
Completed1983
OwnerBerkeley First City L.P.
ManagementLincoln Property Company
Height
Roof200 m (660 ft)
Technical details
Floor count50
Floor area124,932 m2 (1,344,760 sq ft)
Design and construction
ArchitectWZMH Architects
DeveloperTrammell Crow
 
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1700 Pacific Avenue
1700 Pacific northside.jpg
Former namesFirst City Centre
General information
TypeCommercial offices
Location1700 Pacific Avenue
Dallas, Texas
Coordinates32°46′56″N 96°47′48″W / 32.7823°N 96.7966°W / 32.7823; -96.7966Coordinates: 32°46′56″N 96°47′48″W / 32.7823°N 96.7966°W / 32.7823; -96.7966
Construction started1981
Completed1983
OwnerBerkeley First City L.P.
ManagementLincoln Property Company
Height
Roof200 m (660 ft)
Technical details
Floor count50
Floor area124,932 m2 (1,344,760 sq ft)
Design and construction
ArchitectWZMH Architects
DeveloperTrammell Crow

1700 Pacific is a skyscraper located at 1700 Pacific Avenue in the City Center District of Dallas, Texas. The building rises 655 feet (132 meters) and contains 50 floors of office space. It is the seventh tallest building in the city, at 655 feet (200 m) and has fifty floors. It was the second tallest in the city when is was completed in 1983, trailing only Renaissance Tower.

The land on which 1700 Pacific sits was once two triangular blocks separated by Live Oak Street. In 1977 one of the triangular blocks was purchased by Dallas Transit Board for a major transit interchange on a proposed underground transit system[1] The building site was formerly occupied by the 13-story National City Bank Building, several low-rise structures and a one block stretch of Live Oak Street.[citation needed]

The architect for the Tower was WZMH Architects. Berkeley First City L.P. owns the building while Jones Lang LaSalle leases the building.[2]

In 2008 Jones Lang LaSalle announced that a 25,000 square feet (2,300 m2) fitness center named "Elevation" would move into 1700 Pacific.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Group Buys Building at 211 North Ervay". The Dallas Morning News. September 4, 1977.
  2. ^ a b "1700 Pacific to bring fitness center to downtown Dallas." Dallas Business Journal. Monday August 18, 2008. Retrieved on January 17, 2010.

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