Addison, TX office building completes makeover with new name

A once-dated office building at the northeast corner of the Dallas North Tollway and Belt Line Road has recently completed $4 million in renovations and a new name. Triten Real Estate Partners has rebranded the six-story, 90,000 square foot office building at 15110 North Dallas Parkway as The Commons. Formerly known as Tollway Place, The Commons has been completely repositioned and transformed into a Class A, boutique jewel box and boasts amenities that enrich the daily professional experience by featuring updates to all common areas, tech-forward office space, beautifully designed communal lounges and workspaces and state-of-the-art conferencing space. “Rebranding this building The Commons represents the Triten approach to redevelopment,” said Ty Lee, partner at Triten Real Estate Dallas. We saw an opportunity to create a relevant and modern work community with well-located real estate.” In addition to the new name and interior upgrades, The Commons is now home to a new location for upscale taqueria chain, Velvet Taco. Addison’s first Velvet Taco, found directly outside of The Commons front entrance, features a beautiful outdoor greenspace that not only enhances the site’s curb appeal, but also provides employees at The Commons a fun and delicious lunch alternative with outdoor seating and benches. The addition of Velvet Taco, in arguably the most desirable intersection within the Lower Tollway submarket, aids in creating a more walkable environment for area employees with its proximity to Village on the Parkway. Represented by CBRE senior vice presidents, Ben Davis and Shannon Brown, The Commons currently offers spec suites ranging between 2,000 and 4,000 square feet. The largest block of contiguous available space is 13,000 square feet. “The Commons boasts a unique offering for this part of town. The combination of excellent walkability, boutique floor plates and newly delivered amenities make this a desirable office for a company focused on employee retention or recruitment,” said Davis. “Addison has a great selection of restaurants and amenities. The added benefit at The Commons is you can walk to them.” Future additions to The Commons include a 100-foot-tall mural by internationally known mural artist, J.M. Rizzi, well-known for his energetic compositions of simple forms, line and ecstatic color. The mural will span the entire length of the central portion of the building and will add a unique and artistic landmark element that will heighten the newly established presence of The Commons.