Guided Tour – LEED Gold Project: Park Seventeen (8/21/2010)
Posted by youngsierrans on August 12, 2010
Join us for a behind-the-scenes tour of the newest addition to the City of Dallas skyline. Park Seventeen is a modern, mixed-use 2.2 acre development designed by Dallas area architects, Good Fulton & Farrell, and is Dallas’ first LEED Gold high-rise office building. The project contains a luxury Residential Tower (292 rental units), Office Space (360K rentable sq ft) and Retail Space (15K rentable sq ft) in the heart of Uptown Dallas. The property was completed earlier this year and is mindfully designed around LEED CS v2.0 standards. Come learn about the building’s features and innovations while enjoying the views from the 17th-level balcony and the one acre amenity/greenspace deck.
Date: Saturday – August 21st, 2010
Time: Tour beings 10am (2hrs)
Address: 1717 McKinney Ave., 75202
Parking/Meeting: Tenant/Visitor Entrance off Akard (East side of property – map)
DART: 10 minute walk from Akard or St. Paul stops
Optional Lunch: The Common Table (Uptown, 2917 Fairmount St.) – Noon
Park Seventeen – LEED Pre-certification Review Document
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