Pacific is a 49-story Class A office building containing
over 1,340,000 rentable square feet in the Dallas Central
Business District. The building’s facade is constructed
of flame finished Carmen Red granite mounted on a thick
precast backing with light blue, full tempered, dual
pane windows in prefinished aluminum frame. The building’s
design offers flexible alternatives for prospective
tenants with floor plate sizes ranging from 3,900 to
42,000 rentable square feet.
building site is a rectangular shaped parcel situated
in the eastern portion of the Central Business District
and is delineated by Pacific Avenue to the North, Elm
Street to the South, St. Paul Street to the East, and
Ervay to the West.
This unique land configuration allows for extraordinary
retail and office visibility and frontage.
building's main entrance is on Pacific Avenue at Ervay
Street. Additional entrances are located along Pacific
Avenue, Elm Street and St. Paul Street. The entrances
open into a 42-foot high enclosed atrium, adjacent to
the ground floor lobby.
is provided by a 303 space, three level, underground
on-site garage and a 1,402 space off-site garage. Access
to and from the off-site garage is provided by a climate
building offers the best on-site amenity package in
the Dallas Central Business District with restaurant
tenants including Starbucks, Taco Bell, Pizza Hut, A&W
All American Foods, Poblano’s
Mexican Grill, Café Solace, Pacific Gifts,
Café Esprit and Aija Express. In addition the building is connected
to the Central Business District’s climate controlled
pedestrian tunnel system, where numerous retail and
restaurant destinations are comfortably accessible throughout
1700 Pacific is electrically "unique" in that power is supplied from the 900 Network, which is served by five (5) utility transformers from five (5)
different feeders. This service is also designed with a second contingency, which means the building can lose two (2) transformers and two (2) feeders and there will not be any
reduction of electric service or power interruptions.
services and fiber optics for the building are provided
by AT&T, Logix Communications, MCImetro Access Transmission Services, Time Warner Cable, Level 3 / twtelcom of Texas, Zayo Group / Above Net, XO communications, Consolidated Communications,
Nextera Fibernet/FP&L, FiberLight LLC, Cogent Communications, Birth Telecom, and CentryLink Communications.