Old Parkland, Pecan Room
Old Parkland Campus
Dallas, Texas Crow Holdings moved its headquarters into the renovated hospital building in 2008. Renovations of the original Nurses Quarters also were completed in 2008. The Nurses Quarters is home to two floors of tenant space as well as the campus tavern and the Pecan Room – a large, multi-purpose room with custom pecan wood paneling, two working fireplaces, commissioned art and historical artifacts. Two Class A tenant office buildings – Woodlawn Hall and Reagan Place – were added in 2010, and a third, Maple Hall, was completed in 2013. The construction of three additional Class A office buildings commenced in 2012, with Parkland Hall’s central dome becoming the campus landmark. Tenants of the campus include family offices, hedge funds, foundations, private equity investment groups, corporate headquarters, real estate investment groups and executive offices. The campus includes an intriguing collection of sculpture, statues and other features which pay tribute to the country’s founding fathers and principles upon which our nation was established, known as The American Experiment. Old Parkland Existing Campus Buildings Woodland Hall stands three stories and is 35,000 square feet. Reagan Place is four stories and 50,000 square feet. Maple Hall is six stories and 160,000 square feet. The Nurses Quarters building is four stories and 22,000 square feet and houses the Pecan Room & Tavern. The Pecan Room offers executive dining and meeting spaces, including a full kitchen for catered events. The Tavern includes indoor and outdoor space. West Campus Expansion Parkland Hall will stand six stories and be 87,099 square feet, including extensive balcony space. Parkland Hall’s central dome feature will be the landmark building for the campus with strong views to and from downtown Dallas. The Commonwealth Hall will stand four stories and be 33,601 square feet. Oak Lawn Hall will stand four stores and be 39,925 square feet. The courtyard will include lush landscaping and will be anchored by The Eos Column, a 45’ bronze obelisk topped with the winged Goddess of Dawn, created by the ‘Sculptor in Ordinary to The Queen in Scotland,’ Alexander Stoddart. Architecture The architectural character of the Old Parkland campus is inspired by Jeffersonian architecture and American Classicism, with influence from the University of Virginia. Hallmarks of this style include red brick construction, contrasting columns and associated classical components, Palladian proportions and classical temple forms which provide a connection to Greek Democracy and the Roman Republic. Campus Culture The notion of the Old Parkland campus connotes interaction, collaboration, and a sharing of ideas. In addition to offices, meeting and event spaces, the campus also includes a fitness center with locker rooms, squash court, a jogging trail, barber shop, laundry services, a restaurant and tavern and concierge services. The shared gathering places offer a complement to the private tenant space, where frequent campus programming facilitates spirited dialogue and intellectual exploration.