KPMG Plaza is part of an urban setting designed to celebrate Dallas, great architecture and art and provides a distinct advantage for attracting and retaining the best talent available in today’s competitive climate. Designed to facilitate success and inspire creativity, our tenants enjoy outdoor connectivity and unconventional workspaces, public displays of contemporary sculpture and art, and immediate access to on-site and nearby restaurants, residences and entertainment venues.
An expansive, modern entrance lobby with a sophisticated material palette and abundant natural light sets the stage for business success at KPMG Plaza. Among the international works of art on display is Richard Long’s Dallas Rag, a “China clay mud circle” commissioned by Craig Hall specifically for the 43′ by 30′ wall palette and created in situ by the renowned British artist in the summer of 2015.
HALL Group is dedicated to minimizing development impacts on the environment and preserving the earth for future generations. This commitment is a dynamic process, continually evolving as additional ways to reduce impacts are discovered. At HALL Arts, rain water is captured and stored for landscape and green area irrigation, and at HALL Arts Parking, recharging stations are available for electric vehicles. Additionally, all needed steps were taken to ensure KPMG Plaza at HALL Arts met the requirements to achieve a LEED Gold designation from the U.S. Green Building Council.
Tenants and visitors to KPMG Plaza at HALL Arts benefit from the development’s seven level underground parking facility. HALL Arts Parking offers the top Class AAA office parking ratio in the city with five distinct entrance and exit points. Convenient elevators provide covered access to and from the building for added safety and weather protection.