RICHARDSON, TEXAS — Dallas-based KDC has completed the fourth office tower at the developer’s CityLine mixed-used project in Richardson. State Farm will occupy the new tower, and the giant insurer’s employees are currently in the process of moving into the 500,000-square-foot facility. State Farm now occupies 2.1 million square feet of office space at CityLine. Construction of the tower, known as Four CityLine, started in July 2014. Located at the northeast corner of State Street and North Plano Road across from the other three State Farm office towers, Four CityLine consists of a 12-story office building situated atop a five-level parking structure with approximately 30,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space.
CityLine now includes the four office towers occupied by State Farm; a 489,000-square-foot office complex for Raytheon; nearly 50 restaurants and stores, including the Whole Foods-anchored CityLine Market; 1,000 apartments with another 1,000 under construction; a 148-room select service Aloft Hotel scheduled to open early next year; a wellness office building anchored by Texas Health Resources, Children’s Health and a fitness center; and an urban plaza designed by Office of James Burnett (OJB), the landscape architect of Dallas’ signature Klyde Warren Park.
CityLine’s project team includes general contractor Austin Commercial, architect Corgan Architects, civil engineer Kimley-Horn, mechanical engineer Telios and structural engineer L.A. Fuess.