Building

Towers at Park Central is a multi-building office park that offers various floor plans in a sustainable-minded setting.

Towers at Park Central is an 845,919 square-foot office park located at the corner of Coit Road and LBJ Freeway (I-635). Comprised of three towers with typical floor plates of 27,000 RSF and structured tenant parking ratios of 4:1,000 square feet with Toll Tag entry, Towers at Park Central is designed with function and sustainability in mind with LEED certification. The building is a BOMA International TOBY Winner for Outstanding Building of the Year in the Renovated category. Towers at Park Central’s crown signage, garnering 300,000 impressions per day, is available to larger tenants.

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Building Facts


The three towers provide tenants with a multitude of office options.

Park Central 7

- 365,868 SF
- 14 floors in 2 rises
- 8 passenger elevators
- 1 freight elevator

Park Central 8

- 266,214 SF
- 10 floors
- 4 passenger elevators
- 1 freight elevator

Park Central 9

- 213,837 SF
- 8 floors
- 4 passenger elevators
- 1 freight elevator

Property Features


PARKING

- 4:1,000 parking ratio
- Structured parking
- Toll tag entry

LOBBY/ENTRANCE

- Grand entry in lobbies
(in each tower)
- Central welcoming area
- Waiting space for guests

VIEWS

- Stunning city views
- Centered in the metroplex

Floor Plans


 

TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN (PC 9)

HYPOTHETICAL FLOOR PLAN

 

Sustainability


Towers at Park Central, managed by Prescott Group, operates under sustainable management policies that optimize building performance. Designed to provide healthful environments for tenants and visitors while also reducing environmental impact, Towers at Park Central is committed to sustainability. The office park has been awarded several achievements regarding sustainability, such as LEED Gold certification and high Energy Star Performance Ratings.

Green Initiatives


  • - Energy Star Performance Ratings of 87+
  • - Motion-sensor lighting
  • - Building Automation System (BAS)
  • - Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS) control
  • - Alternative commuting
  • - Green landscaping practices
  • - Green cleaning
  • - Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations
  • - Single-stream recycling
  • - Green pest control
  • - Electronics recycling
  • - Low-flow plumbing fixtures
  • - Sustainable purchasing of ongoing consumables
  • - Green water treatment for cooling towers
  • - Reduced-mercury lamps
  • - ASHRAE 62.1-2007 air-quality standards