Dallas-based Hillwood Urban has been tapped as the developer of the $500 million Goldman Sachs campus to be built north of downtown Dallas, according to the Dallas Business Journal. The campus is part of a planned 11-acre project from Dallas’ Hunt Realty.
Once it’s built, the nearly 900,000-SF Goldman Sachs campus will be the company’s second-largest in the U.S. and home to some 5,000 employees, situated just north of the Perot Museum of Nature and Science.
Earlier this month, CoStar reported the company still intends to break ground this year on its “massive employment hub” in Dallas despite pushing back construction timelines.
In December, Goldman Sachs chairman and CEO David Solomon spoke about the project with AT&T CEO John Stankey at the annual meeting of the Dallas Citizens Council.
“We have over 4,000 people in Dallas,” Solomon told the crowd at the time, according to a Dallas Morning News report. “Obviously all of us at Goldman Sachs are very excited about what we have going on in Dallas and what the future holds for us in this great city.”
Solomon added that Dallas was chosen for the campus because “It’s primarily about organic growth here. It’s primarily about hiring young people here. It’s about hiring engineers here—about hiring all sorts of people across all of our businesses.”
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