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President's Club profile: KDC
For more than 30 years, KDC has developed “custom corporate homes” for some of the country’s most successful companies. Be it a regional facility with a hundred employees, a consolidated office with a few thousand or a corporate headquarters with 7,000 employees, its clients’ underlying goals are the same – to attract and retain the best talent to a facility reflective of the company’s culture, rich with amenities and flexible work spaces to unlock collaboration, creativity and productivity.
The path to this goal, however, is different for each firm. KDC takes the time to listen and ask questions to truly understand each one of its clients’ business, human resources, marketing, strategic – and by extension, corporate real estate needs. The results are headquarters and regional facilities perfectly tailored and customized to each individual company’s culture, talent acquisition and operating needs.
“KDC has built North Texas corporate campuses for clients including Toyota, JPMorgan Chase, State Farm Insurance and Pioneer Natural Resources. Now the developer is pivoting to also do multitenant office projects in Uptown Dallas, Plano, Frisco and Richardson,” according to a recent article in the Dallas Morning News.
North of Dallas in Richardson, KDC is heavily marketing the next phase of office construction at its $1.5 billion CityLine development. KDC has been working on the more than 200-acre mixed-use project at Bush Turnpike and Plano Road since 2013.
CityLine is the site of four office towers occupied by State Farm Insurance and a low-rise corporate campus for Raytheon. The last office building in the Richardson project opened in 2016.
KDC is making a push to build three more office high-rises on the south side of Bush Turnpike.
“At CityLine, we have over 2 million square feet of planned office development where we have flexibility,” KDC executive vice president Eric Hage told the newspaper. “Along with the towers, we have additional acreage at CityLine for more low-rise and mid-rise office that are planned.”
Hage said a CityLine office address is getting a boost from the DART’s new rail line running from Plano through Addison to DFW International Airport. The 26-mile Silver Line will open in 2024 with a major station at CityLine

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