The Fairmount Building

Viceroy Investments, a Dallas real estate firm, has acquired 38,750 square feet of land (200 ft x 175 ft) at the northeast corner of Fairmount Avenue and Howell Street to build a four story, 65,000 square foot office building. Designed by the world-renowned architecture firm Robert A.M Stern out of New York (RAMSA), whose other Dallas projects include the George W. Bush Presidential Center and the Ritz Carlton Hotel, “The Fairmount Building” is designed to be the premiere office building in Uptown. The building is available for pre-lease.

Location

Located between The Crescent and The Quadrangle, The Fairmount Building offers the very best location in Uptown for the boutique office experience. Tenants of The Fairmount Building will enjoy easy access to McKinney Avenue, Cedar Springs, HWY 75 and the North Dallas Tollway. Located within one of the oldest Public Districts in Dallas (PD-9), The Fairmount Building sits amongst the most pedestrian friendly location in Uptown. Nestled among Victorian style two-story properties, The Fairmount Building will soon become a cornerstone of the neighborhood.

The Fairmount Building will be located at the intersection of Fairmount & Howell in Uptown Dallas. Click to play an aerial video of the proposed location.

Architecture

Taking advantage of this exceptional location, RAMSA designed a distinctly boutique property that would blend beautifully within the surrounding neighborhood. The buildings’ architectural style, restrained modernism with classical overtones, results in a stunning property that exhibits style and elegance as it blends within the fabric of its surroundings. With the next century in view, the property is designed to be timeless and serve as a generational asset.

The buildings design is intended to preserve the integrity of the low-rise neighborhood, while also addressing future projects that will soon be on the horizon. The goal is to create a truly unique office environment within the ever-changing district of Uptown. The height along Howell Street is intentional, while the building narrows as it addresses Fairmount Street; all in an effort to create symmetry within the neighborhood.

Amenities

The Fairmount Building was designed to cultivate a unique and rewarding experience for its limited tenant base. Rooftop patios and first floor courtyards take full advantage of the quiet neighborhood and provide gathering areas for a variety of uses throughout the day. Just off the buildings lobby is a tenant lounge that offers wi-fi, multiple meeting spaces, coffee bar, wine cabinets and patio access. The rooftop patio will offer an exceptional view of the Downtown skyline and create a one-of-a-kind entertaining space.

Amenities

The Fairmount Building was designed to cultivate a unique and rewarding experience for its limited tenant base. Rooftop patios and first floor courtyards take full advantage of the quiet neighborhood and provide gathering areas for a variety of uses throughout the day. Just off the buildings lobby is a tenant lounge that offers wi-fi, multiple meeting spaces, coffee bar, wine cabinets and patio access. The rooftop patio will offer an exceptional view of the Downtown skyline and create a one-of-a-kind entertaining space.