The new building will house the headquarters for a medical organization.
Developers who are rebuilding Uptown Dallas’ landmark Quadrangle complex are building another office next door.
Dallas’ Stream Realty Partners broke ground in March on its $100 million redevelopment of the more than five-decade-old Quadrangle at Howell and Routh streets near McKinney Avenue.
Stream Realty is building a 12-story office tower as part of the project it calls The Quad.
At the same time that Stream was starting work at the Quadrangle, the developer was quietly breaking ground for another office building a block away at Vine and Laclede streets.
The four-story, $34 million office will house operations of the American Board of Obstetrics & Gynecology, according to planning documents filed with the state and Dallas building permits.
The 126,000-square-foot office “will serve as the headquarters of the ABOG and includes permanent office space, a conference center, an academic testing facility and general meeting spaces,” according to filings with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation.
The office, which includes two levels of underground parking, was designed by Dallas’ Beck Group. J.E. Dunn Construction is the general contractor.
The building is scheduled for completion next year.
Stream Realty officials declined to discuss the project, which is hard to miss with its towering construction crane and excavation of the block. The owners also did not respond to a request for information.
The American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology board certifies obstetricians and gynecologists in the United States and Canada. The nonprofit organization currently has its offices in the Quadrangle office building.
According to the organization’s website, the new building’s first floor will consist of the lobby and conference space, the third floor will house conference and dining rooms and the fourth floor will house administrative offices and meeting space.
“The new structure will have more capacity, flexibility and functionality conducive to hosting certifying examinations, item writing sessions, conferences, and large meetings more efficiently and effectively,” the website says.
The redevelopment at the Quadrangle will add the 335,000-square-foot office building and a group of retail “bungalows” with 15,000 square feet.
Stream Realty bought the property in 2019.
The Quadrangle construction is expected to take two years.