Pieces Relocates Expanded Headquarters to Irving’s Williams Square

CBRE announced that Pieces, Inc., the healthcare artificial intelligence and technology company, has moved and expanded their headquarters to The Offices at Williams Square in the Las Colinas business park of Irving, Texas. The company will occupy a full floor at 5201 N. O’Connor Boulevard. “Our new state-of the-art premises not only provides our employees with an environment suitable for the innovative, industry-leading work they are undertaking but also enables us to balance a flexible work-from-home policy with sufficient social distancing for those who prefer to spend time in the office,” said Fayiaz Chaudhri, president of Pieces. “This space allows us to showcase our cutting-edge technology to our customers and facilitates accelerated growth for the company while keeping our team inspired and motivated to continue delivering results for our clients serving the community at large.” Jeffrey D. Eiting, Ryan Buchanan and John Roper with CBRE in Dallas represented Pieces in the lease negotiations. Bill Brokaw and Karch Schreiner of Hillwood Urban represented the landlord, AGRE Williams Square Holdings, LLC. Corgan Architects was selected as the architect to incorporate Pieces’ company culture and brand into their new office space. Pieces, launched in 2016, spun out of Dallas’ Parkland Health & Hospital System. In just over three years, the Pieces software has enabled up to a half-day reduction in hospital length-of-stay, sustained reduction in readmissions and has been deployed at several notable health systems and communities across North America. Local clients include the North Texas Food Bank, Parkland, Children’s Health and hundreds of community-based social service organizations. The company made the decision to move its headquarters to Williams Square based on several different factors. The space provides a larger and newly designed office that is walkable to the area’s top amenities. The location is convenient for current employees, provides more opportunities for future talent recruitment and it offers prominent signage. “Pieces was able to negotiate favorable terms for its new headquarters, which coincided with a series B raise, that allowed them a platform for their office space to be a catalyst for innovation, recruiting and retention,” said Eiting, technology and media practice at CBRE in Dallas. “The design process was intentional and Corgan did a stellar job of translating Pieces’ brand and business into the space. The office space incorporates elements ranging from always-on technology throughout the space, to quality materials and attention to detail, to high impact and functional furniture.” The iconic Towers at Williams Square is a four-building, professional office campus in the heart of Las Colinas which has long stood for quality and service. Tenants have access to amenities including a newly renovated lounge and conference center that includes a Starbucks, fitness center and locker rooms and the La Cima Club atop the Central Tower. The outdoor plaza is slated for updates including an in-demand outdoor tenant space. Williams Square is immediately accessible to the new Waters Street development as well as Toyota Music Factory.