Granite Park Six in Plano Tops Out

Class-AA Office Building to be the Tallest Building in Granite Park
Granite Park Six in Plano Tops Out
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Granite Properties, a commercial real estate investment, development, and management company, and Highwoods Properties, a publicly-traded real estate investment trust, announced the topping out of Granite Park Six. The 19-story, 422,109 square feet Class-AA office building is the seventh office development in Granite Park, Granite’s 90-acre mixed-use development in Plano, TX. Granite Park caters to the modern workforce with high quality workspace, amenities, and a walkable urban experience.

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“Granite is excited to top out Granite Park Six and see the tallest, most amenitized building in Granite Park come to life. The building will offer wellness features and various inspiring spaces for people to work and interact, including a lecture hall and outdoor amenity terrace,” said Will Hendrickson, Senior Managing Director, Granite Properties in a statement.

“Highwoods is thrilled to be a part of such monumental progress in the development of Granite Park Six,” said Ted Klinck, President and CEO of Highwoods Properties. “Together, with Granite Properties, we are creating a talent-supportive workplace for our customers to thrive and organizations to realize their highest potential to achieve great things together.”

Granite Park Six is designed by BOKA Powell with modern interiors by HKS Architects. General contractor, Austin Commercial, kicked off construction in December 2021, and is on schedule to deliver the building in Q3 2023.

“Austin Commercial is proud to build Granite Park Six and excited to work with Granite Properties, BOKA Powell and HKS Architects on our seventh office development together. We’re also excited about the opportunity to work with new partners, Highwoods Properties. This topping out celebrates the hard work of all the planners, designers, builders, and trades workers who have set us up for success to deliver this Class-AA building in Q3 2023,” said Steve Kitching, Project Director, Austin Commercial.

Granite Park Six is designed for Fitwel and LEED certifications. Its amenities will be accessible to everyone working in Granite Park, and are focused on fostering community, collaboration and productivity. They include:

  • A sixth-floor amenity terrace connecting to a fitness studio offering group classes, indoor customer lounge and golf simulator. 
  • A two-story lobby with market café. 
  • A 150-seat lecture hall offering theater-style seating along with three conference rooms. 
  • Destination dispatch elevator system.  
  • Clean air technology in the building’s HVAC system. 
  • Touch free entry doors and touch free fixtures in restrooms. 
  • Six-story parking garage. 

Granite Park, a master-planned mixed-use development by Granite, is located at the southeast corner of State Highway 121 and the Dallas North Tollway. It provides convenient access to residential communities and a 20-minute ride to DFW Airport. Granite Park One – Five are 94 percent leased. The landscaped business park offers 2.3 million square feet of Class-A office space, shops and restaurants, including waterfront restaurants with patios situated on The Boardwalk at Granite Park, and a 299-room Hilton Hotel.

Highwoods is Granite’s joint venture equity partner for Granite Park Six. Current Granite Park Three customer, Stonebriar Commercial Finance, will move their headquarters to Granite Park Six in Q4 2023.

Granite’s leasing team Robert Jimenez, Burson Holman and Elizabeth Fortado is leasing Granite Park Six.

Lisa Hay

Lisa is a staff reporter for What Now Media Group. She covers new restaurant, retail, and real estate openings across all of our markets. A true foodie, this Air Force veteran has lived all over the world — from Aviano, Italy to Nairobi, Kenya — but her favorite spot is NOLA for its rich history, architecture, culture, and of course, its good eats.
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