DALLAS – Crafted as the workplace of the future with an emphasis on touchless experience, The Stack Deep Ellum opens in one of the city’s most historically and culturally significant neighborhoods. A joint venture between Westdale Real Estate Investment and Management, Ivanhoé Cambridge and Hines, The Stack is a 16-story, Class AA creative mixed-use building with 200,000 square feet of first-class office space and 15,000 square feet of prime street-front retail space.
Debuting as its first official tenant, international real estate firm, Hines, will move its Dallas office to The Stack later this year following a ten-year residency at Chase Tower in the Dallas Arts District. While the buildout is still in the works, Hines plans to occupy roughly 11,000 square feet of prime office space – complete with private balconies and unparalleled amenity access.
“We’re thrilled to be moving our Dallas team to The Stack this fall,” said Hines Managing Director Ben Brewer on behalf of The Stack. “We created this building as a space that fosters collaboration and creativity. Having stayed true to that intention, it’s a natural move for us to relocate to The Stack and join the collection of impressive businesses that call Deep Ellum home.”
“When ideating The Stack, we wanted to emphasize the user experience rooted in innovation,” said Jonathan Pearce, Executive Vice President of Leasing & Development, Office & Industrial at Ivanhoé Cambridge. “The result is a locally-inspired, highly amenitized space to foster a sense of community, cultivate shared experiences and power productivity. It is unlike anything else available in the Dallas area.”
Designed by 5G Studio Collaborative, The Stack effortlessly embodies workflow and lifestyle in Dallas in a Class AA building. With on-site experiences as diverse as its surroundings, The Stack features elevated amenities such as an expansive 10th floor amenity terrace overlooking the Dallas skyline, electric vehicle charging stations, state-of-the-art fitness center, bicycle storage, curated coffee and cocktail lounge, concierge package delivery, private tenant balconies and more.
Right at their doorstep, Tenants can conveniently access more than 75 destination bars and restaurants for breakfast, lunch, happy hour and dinner in one of Dallas’ most energetic and creative neighborhoods. Embracing Deep Ellum’s ethos as a hub for art and entertainment, developers recruited international muralist Tristan Eaton to paint an 8,500-square-foot mural on The Stack’s exterior. The finished product is an ode to Deep Ellum’s past and its future, referencing iconic images such as legendary guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughan, blues musician Lead Belly, Texas’ first practicing black architect William Sidney Pittman, native fashion icon Jerry Hall, as well as additional local and cultural allusions that are woven into the panorama.
The events of the past year accelerated new ways of thinking about office space, helping to shape The Stack into a space that accommodates safety and overall wellness with an innovative, frictionless experience from garage to office. The Stack’s touchless travel path features sensors and door operators on all common areas, elevator access via cell phones or personal cards that recognize tenants’ specific floors, as well as touchless and wireless conference room access. Additional features include state-of-the-art systems for air filtration and exchange, antimicrobial UV lights in air conditioning equipment, motion-activated lighting throughout each floor and more. In addition to its forward-thinking tenant experience, The Stack is also one of Dallas’ first new construction projects to receive WELL certification.
“We’re proud to have worked together with Hines and Ivanhoé Cambridge to bring The Stack to life,” said Westdale President and Chief Executive Officer Joe Beard. “We strive to partner with best-in-class real estate developers and investors and could not have chosen a better team to create this iconic destination for businesses in Dallas.”