Behind Every Door Opens Cedar Crest Community Center in Southern Dallas, and a New Bank Is Part of the Plan

by | Apr 11, 2024
Dallas nonprofit Behind Every Door Ministries purchased a faded, 50-year-old community center from the Salvation Army in partnership with Veritex Community Bank, the Dallas Cowboys, the NFL Foundation, local pro golfers Jordan Spieth and Scottie Scheffler, and Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw. A $15 million capital campaign has led to a revitalized community hub for Southern Dallas.
Wells Fargo Reaches Midpoint Milestone for Its Nearly $500M Las Colinas Campus
by | Mar 14, 2024
Wells Fargo's new campus in Irving's Las Colinas was "topped out" recently on its way to a planned end-of-2025 opening. Here's what KDC CEO Steve Van Amburgh has to say about the project's "timeless, organic, and sustainable design."
KDC Breaks Ground on Striking, Sustainable Wells Fargo Campus in Las Colinas
by | Apr 18, 2023
Wells Fargo's future campus in Irving could set a new standard for sustainable workplace design, boasting a modern aesthetic and the company's first net-positive energy system. Once complete, the campus is expected to generate more energy than it uses, while also providing a collaborative environment that prioritizes employee wellness and productivity through on-site gyms, nearby outdoor activities, and more.

Take a look inside.
$200M Tower Overlooking Klyde Warren Park Slated for Mid-Year Groundbreaking
The downtown Dallas skyline and Klyde Warren Park offer striking views. And a new 30-story high-rise planned by Dallas-based developer KDC is set to take stunning advantage of them. KDC's $200 million Parkside Uptown is slated for a mid-year groundbreaking, according to state filings cited by the Dallas Morning News. To be located at the corner of N. Harwood Street and Woodall Rodgers Freeway across from the park, the podium-style building is designed to be "an exceedingly modern workplace," with ground-floor retail and restaurants. It could eventually be joined by a phase two building next door with similarly striking architecture.

Wells Fargo To Build a 22-Acre Corporate Campus in Irving, Creating 650 New Jobs

Governor Greg Abbott confirmed today that San Francisco-based Wells Fargo will build a new corporate campus in Irving's Las Colinas development. Based around two 400,000-square-foot towers, the campus will provide a home for Wells Fargo's 3,000 local employees, while creating 650 jobs. Dallas firm KDC has been tapped as developer.

The move is being aided by a $5 million "deal-closing" grant from the Texas Enterprise Fund, on top of $30 million in incentives approved by the Irving City Council in August.
New Trio of Towers to Reshape Skyline at Richardson’s CityLine
by | Sep 21, 2021
Dallas-based developer KDC announced plans for three glass-clad buildings that will add nearly 1.4 million square feet of space to the 204-acre city-within-a-city. The $2 billion development is home to State Farm’s regional hub and Raytheon’s state-of-the-art office complex.
Pioneer building
New Year, New Home: Pioneer Natural Resources Settles Into High-Tech Hidden Ridge
by | Jan 16, 2020
The state-of-the-art facility enhances Pioneer's innovation and efficiency through technology centers designated for its drilling, completions, and operations teams.
AT&T Verizon
How AT&T and Verizon Developments Are Reshaping North Texas
by | Dec 12, 2019
AT&T's Discovery District in downtown Dallas and Verizon's Hidden Ridge development in Irving are adding a tech touch to how we live and work in North Texas.
ULI Impact Awards 2018

ULI Announces Finalists for North Texas Impact Awards

by | Aug 8, 2018
Influence, Innovation, Public Places, and The Next Big Idea: From EpicCentral Grand Prairie to Legacy West to Urban Commons, here's a look at projects that made the list of finalists.
The Epic Will Revive

Historic Deep Ellum Building
by | Mar 23, 2017
New Urbanism | The Union Bankers Building — vacant for 20 years — will be the core of a new boutique hotel at The Epic development.
KDC deep ellum high-rise
3 Things: KDC Looking to Add Deep Ellum High-Rise
by | Jun 28, 2016
An office tower is planned for Deep Ellum, a Dallas native is helping industrial companies go digital, and new coworking spaces sprouting up in North Texas.
CityLine: A Development That’s Built to Last
by | Jan 1, 2016

With CityLine, KDC and its design and construction partners aren’t just developing a
master-planned community for today—they’re keeping tomorrow very much in mind. That means a commitment to sustainability....

Raytheon's new campus will be secured by a 6-foot fence and have 24-hour manned guard shacks at all three entrances.

Raytheon at CityLine: Creating a High-tech Command Center

by | Jan 1, 2016

Raytheon isn’t one to move around a lot. In fact, its current Jupiter Road complex in Garland, which houses its Intelligence, Information and Services (IIS) operations, dates back to the 1950s. But things are about to change—in a big way.

The defense contractor will join State Farm as an office anchor of CityLine, occupying a new three-building campus KDC is developing at the southwest corner of State Highway 190 and Wyndham Lane in Richardson....

CityLine Plaza: The focal point of the initial phase will be CityLine Plaza, a centrally located urban plaza designed by the Office of James Burnett, the landscape architect of Dallas’ Klyde Warren Park. The natural looking landscaped plaza will offer open space for outdoor concerts and festivals, shaded gathering spots for meetings or meals and walkways for pedestrian experiences.
CityLine: A Place to Walk About
by | Jan 1, 2016

Most cities grow in random fashion, evolving bit by bit over time. Imagine having the opportunity to design a community for more than 16,000 people—from scratch....

State Farm at CityLine: Kind of a Big Deal
by | Jan 1, 2016

In April of 2012, execs from State Farm got in touch with their longtime North Texas real estate brokers, Randy Cooper and Craig Wilson of Cassidy Turley, to talk about a top-secret expansion the company was considering....

CityLine: Building a City Within a City
by | Jan 1, 2016

It’s hard to appreciate of the size and scope of CityLine without a little perspective. Consider that in 1940, a century after Richardson was first settled, the small town was home to just 740 people....