Historic Office Space
2700 Fairmount Street
Dallas, Texas 75201
14 Office | 27 Parking Spaces
Designed by Herbert Miller Greene (architect of the very first Dallas News building in 1897, the downtown Neiman Marcus and other local landmarks) and his partner James P. Hubbell. Completed in 1910 when commissioned as Westminster Presbyterian Church, the remarkable Beaux Arts structure has been carefully preserved and creatively renovated into tasteful and eclectic office space suitable for a variety of uses.
The sanctuary spaces are large open innovative spaces ideal for a showroom or open flow office space. The conference room or executive office stuns, perched high above the showroom, enclosed in glass and surrounded by original plaster moldings. The rear two-story structure consists of 14 office suites, a sound studio room, and several other open plan office desks. Additional parking across the street at 2518 Mahon Street included.
Zoned PD9, which allows for a variety of retail, office uses, and SFR. Located in the heart of Uptown within walking distance to The Crescent, McKinney Avenue retail, restaurants & the Turtle Creek / Cedar Springs area.
16,524 interior square feet per appraiser. Lot size 90 ft X 173 ft per existing survey.
27 dedicated parking spaces w/ additional parking available in the area
May be able to divide into roughly 8,000 RSF and 8,500 RSF. All information contained herein to be verified by buyer and buyers agent.
Contact Crawford Residential for inquiry or private preview.