Designed by world-renowned architect Richard Keating with Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Chase Tower is one of the most iconic fixtures of the Downtown Dallas skyline. Developer Trammell Crow completed the building in October of 1987. The building’s striking identity is accentuated by its barrel-style glass roof and its predominant skyline feature: a sky window, or an opening, that is 27 feet
Just below the famous sky window is the Sky Lobby on Level 40. It provides an unmatched 360-degree perspective of Dallas’ breathtaking views for all tenants and guests of Chase Tower to enjoy.
Chase Tower sits on 3.35 acres located on Dallas' premier office addresses, Ross Avenue. The building's 55-stories overlook the Dallas Arts District, the largest contiguous arts district in the nation.
Ornamental gardens in the North Plaza highlight The Rotunda, a two-story post-modern dome with expansive panoramic views. In 2015, The Rotunda was renovated and transformed into the largest multi-tenant corporate fitness facility in Texas.
Once inside the main lobby, you are met by a modern-meets-traditional style. Verde Giada marble patterned with bronze strips covers the floor, while the walls are clad in articulated Indiana Select Bluff limestone panels on the core. LED lighting and 198 decorative pendant fixtures illuminate the two-story lobby, which is brightened by white ceilings and window mullions.
Tenants and visitors of Chase Tower alike can easily see why this building is among the premier office towers in the world.