The Crescent { 66 images } Created 22 Jul 2022

Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Philip Johnson and John Burgee, The Crescent Dallas office space features three connected office towers surrounded by outdoor green spaces, significant retail, eleven casual and fine dining options as well as the luxury Hotel Crescent Court and Spa.

Crescent Real Estate recently completed a $12 million dollar interior renovation of the mixed-use development that is home to 132 tenants. With 1.3 million square feet of office space, the Crescent buildings house as many workers as a downtown skyscraper.

Globally integrated design firm DLR Group led The Crescent’s interior renovation, with a goal of maintaining the integrity of Philip Johnson’s design and Caroline Rose Hunt’s vision. The new, large-scale artworks were sourced by Runyon Arts, which worked with Crescent ownership to carefully review and select for each new lobby gallery wall.

General contractor Scott + Reid “worked meticulously to complete the project on time,” according to Crescent Real Estate, and in doing so exhibited incredible detail consciousness.

Crescent Fit is a two-story, 12,600 SF fitness center offered exclusively to employees and tenants of The Crescent for $30 per month. Managed by The Spa at The Crescent, Crescent Fit offers high-end strength and training equipment, group classes and leading-edge facilities, including full-scale locker rooms with showers and vanity areas.

Designed by ENTOS Design with a collection of equipment curated by Fitspace Design, it features state-of-the-art strength training equipment — including REFLEX treadmills by Freemotion, Peloton Bikes and Stairmaster HIIT bikes — as well as free weights for individual training and group classes held in one of the two private workout studios.

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