Crescent Real Estate has unveiled architectural renderings for its latest acquisition, 2401 Cedar Springs.
Crescent acquired the seven-story building in a joint venture partnership with Goldman Sachs Asset Management Private Real Estate earlier this year.
The property, located at the corner of Cedar Springs Road and Maple Avenue, was originally built in 1989 for single-tenant use. Once the renovations are completed, the reinvented structure will ultimately provide 200,000 square feet of Class-AA office space with high-end finishes and amenities.
“It’s tremendously exciting for Crescent to have an opportunity to dramatically reimagine the design and purpose of this perfectly located building,” said Joseph Pitchford, managing director of Crescent Real Estate. “From the property line in, nearly every surface will be modernized to create a warm, fresh and inviting environment.”
The main level will feature a reconfigured pass-through lobby with seating areas and two entrances that connect Maple and Cedar Springs. New lighting and oversized glass windows will be installed to brighten up space.
The Concourse floor will house customer amenities, from a high-end fitness center with locker rooms and a social lounge to a multipurpose conference room and golf simulator.
A shared work café will provide gourmet vending, self-serve coffees, beverages and snacks to those working in the building.
The project is expected to be completed is early 2019.