From office towers to corporate campuses to master-planned communities, Hillwood has built a reputation on its ability to bring key partners together in order to create activated environments that inspire people and attract talent.
Legacy + Leadership + Experience
Founded in the legacy of Hillwood, and built to leverage deep roots in commercial investment and development, Hillwood Urban is a new focused real estate company — one that’s built on integrity, accountability, innovative thinking and our unwavering commitment to quality. Hillwood Urban partners gain access to the tried-and-true Hillwood formula. The people. The processes. The proven track record.
Our real estate experts have built some of the most iconic developments in the region — and they’re just getting started. Leveraging a deep expertise in commercial real estate, the Hillwood Urban team is able to take a project from raw land through construction to final delivery and ongoing management, seamlessly. Our experience spans all types of development, including:
- Corporate campus
- Master development
3001 Turtle Creek – a Class A office tower that takes advantage of the last, highly prized acreage along Dallas’ landmark Turtle Creek Boulevard. This one-of-a-kind location is in the heart of a popular neighborhood and in the hearts of the city’s residents. And the thoughtfully designed building, sensitively integrated into a wooded site, promises to become one of Dallas’ premier business addresses.
Turtle Creek Campus – With a projected late 2016 grand opening, this state-of-the-art building complex is located in the heart of a popular neighborhood and in the hearts of the city’s residents.
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The Towers At Williams Square – Designed as Las Colinas’ centerpiece, the four-building, Class A+ Towers at Williams Square flanks a massive granite plaza and its a larger-than-life bronze statue of nine wild Texas mustangs.
Victory Park – Victory Park is home to over 2,000 residences, 620,000 square feet of office space, the W Dallas-Victory Hotel, and street-front retailers and restaurants. Also located within Victory Park is the American Airlines Center, home of the Dallas Mavericks and Dallas Stars, House of Blues, and Perot Museum of Nature and Science. Residents and tenants are within walking distance of the Katy Trail, a 3.5-mile walking, jogging and bike path, the DART commuter rail and the Trinity Rail Express, connecting Victory Park to other parts of Dallas, Fort Worth, and beginning in 2014, Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.