High-tech design firm heads to new Frisco office project – The Dallas Morning News


High-tech design firm heads to new Frisco office project – The Dallas Morning News

By Steve Brown6:43 AM on May 27, 2021 CDTA new Frisco office has landed its first tenant.The Offices Three building is part of the $1.8 billion Frisco

Tesla smashes first-quarter 2021 earnings expectations
Eternally five years away? No, batteries are improving under your nose
Cava will use $190M funding to continue investing in AI-driven personalization, CEO says – Restaurant Dive

By Steve Brown

6:43 AM on May 27, 2021 CDT

A new Frisco office has landed its first tenant.

The Offices Three building is part of the $1.8 billion Frisco Station mixed-use development.

Located just west of the Dallas North Tollway, the 242-acre project surrounds the Dallas Cowboys headquarters and is a development of VanTrust Real Estate, Hillwood and the Rudman Partnership.

The six-story, 210,000-square-foot Offices Three building north of Warren Parkway just opened its doors.

Interior Logic Group, a national provider of interior design and finish solutions for the building industry, will put a 17,681-square-foot office, innovation center and design studio in the building.

Based in Irvine, Calif., Interior Logic Group has more than 200 locations and more than 100 design studios. Its clients include homebuilders and developers of apartments and industrial buildings. The high-tech design firm has a virtual home shopping, design and analytics platform.

The company currently has local offices in Carrollton and Lewisville.

“We are excited to expand our footprint in the North Texas market,” Alan K. Davenport, Interior Logic Group chairman and CEO, said in a statement. He said the new Frisco office “will serve as ILG’s technology hub, which is transforming the building industry.

“After a thorough search, we identified Frisco Station as a highly desirable location for attracting top technology talent and design studio location for new home builders.”

Interior Logic Group is planning the new Frisco office, which will open this fall, for more than 50 employees.

Clint Manning, Christopher Schafer and Ben Gibbs of commercial property firm ESRP represented the tenant in lease negotiations

“We welcome Interior Logic Group to Frisco’s family of companies centered around technology and innovation,” Frisco Mayor Jeff Cheney said in a statement. “As one of the fastest-growing cities in America for more than two decades, Frisco is very versed in homebuilding.

“We applaud Interior Logic Group’s goal to improve the homebuying experience and look forward to seeing it grow its own business in our fast-growing community.”