Page is recommitting to Downtown with a seven-year lease extension in the Mercantile National Bank Building.
DALLAS, October 22, 2019 – Page, a global architecture and engineering firm, has extended its 34,000-square-foot (sf) lease in the Mercantile National Bank Building, located at 1800 Main St. in Downtown Dallas, for an additional seven years. Cushman & Wakefield brokers Matt Heidelbaugh and Billy Gannon represented the company in the deal.
Heidelbaugh, an Executive Managing Director for Cushman & Wakefield Dallas, said office tenants like Page are seeing the benefit of being in Downtown.
“Page’s continued commitment to Downtown Dallas illustrates the attractive nature of this location for companies who want to retain and recruit the best talent,” he said. “The location offers a huge variety of walkable amenities, which is one of the top features today’s office tenants say they want.”
Page’s leadership said the decision to remain Downtown for at least an additional seven years was due in part to the area’s energy, amenities and ability to attract talented employees. The firm has been in their current location since 2011. When they originally leased space in the Mercantile National Bank Building, Page transformed the bank’s former lobby into an open, collaborative, three-story office space. At the time, the project was the largest adaptive reuse undertaking in Downtown Dallas in more than a decade.
“Since moving to Main Street eight years ago, we have seen a tremendous change in the energy in Downtown Dallas, with more people living, working, playing and staying Downtown,” he said. “It was a positive move in 2011, and our location will continue to be a plus for us for the next decade and beyond. Page is proud to be a part of the revitalization of the 1943 Mercantile National Bank Building. We transformed the former Banking Hall into our office and continue to be inspired by its history and design.”
The location of the office helped Flabiano and his team decide that staying in place was the best move for the company and their employees.
“One added benefit of being in a walkable location in Dallas is access to restaurants, coffee shops, a variety of retail stores and other amenities,” he said. “Our architects, interior designers and engineering folks are walking to lunch together, doing after-work activities together and doing it all in Downtown. Collaboration is how we work, and our work environment Downtown has fostered and increased that interaction.”
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About Page Southerland Page Inc.
With roots extending back to 1898, Page provides architecture, interiors, planning, consulting and engineering services throughout the United States and around the world. The firm’s diverse, international portfolio encompasses the healthcare, academic, aviation, government and science and technology sectors, as well as civic, corporate and urban housing projects. Page Southerland Page, Inc. more than 650 employees across offices in Austin, Dallas, Denver, Dubai, Houston, Mexico City, Phoenix, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. Learn more about the firm at pagethink.com