DALLAS-Colliers International is relocating its local office to17Seventeen McKinney, a 361,524-square-foot class A tower situatedon the corner of McKinney Avenue and North Akard Street.

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The global real estate services firm is moving from 4311 OakLawn Ave. Colliers’ new office will be located on 17SeventeenMcKinney’s ninth floor.

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The 19-story office building is the commercial half of ParkSeventeen, one of the largest mixed-use projects in the Metroplex.In addition to 17Seventeen McKinney, the project features aresidential tower with luxury apartments. Developed by GraniteProperties and Gables Residential, the two towers total 750,000square feet including 15,000 square feet of ground-floorretail.

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“Colliers’ decision to move Downtown is yet another example ofthe continuing momentum we are experiencing this year,” says JohnF. Crawford, president & CEO of Downtown DallasInc. “Tenants are citing access to the talent that resideswithin Downtown, the amenities provided by an urban environment,and access to mass transit as key factors in their decisions tomove.”

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Park Seventeen provides immediate access to Uptown/Turtle Creek,the Dallas North Tollway, Woodall Rodgers Freeway and the CentralBusiness District. It is also within walking distance of numerousrestaurants, hotels and the Arts District.

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Three DART Rail stations are located within a 10-minute walk ofPark Seventeen. The historic McKinney Trolley Streetcar stops oneblock away and travels in front of 40 restaurants and 14residential properties.

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“We are excited to be between the Arts District, WoodallRodgers Park, Museum of Nature & Science, as well as VictoryPark,” says Hunter Blanks with Colliers. He and Charlie Morrisrepresented the firm in lease negotiations. Jim Kirchhoff andRobert Jimenez represented Granite in the transaction.

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“Granite will provide an office environment Colliers employeesand service professionals will be proud to call home,” Blankssays.

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17Seventeen McKinney was the first office building in Dallas tobe pre-certified at a Gold LEED level by the U. S. Green BuildingCouncil. Colliers is pursuing the Gold LEED certification fortheir suite on the 9th floor.

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