717 Harwood

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717 Harwood
General information
Location717 North Harwood Street, Dallas, Texas, United States
Coordinates32°47′09″N 96°47′53″W / 32.78577°N 96.798188°W / 32.78577; -96.798188Coordinates: 32°47′09″N 96°47′53″W / 32.78577°N 96.798188°W / 32.78577; -96.798188
OwnerWorld Class Capital Group
Roof481 ft (147 m)
Technical details
Floor count34
Design and construction
DeveloperHarlan Crow

717 Harwood is a skyscraper in Downtown Dallas, Texas. The building rises 481 feet (147 meters). It contains 34 floors, and was completed in 1980. 717 Harwood currently stands as the 22nd-tallest building in the city. The building is well known for its sloping exterior glass walls, which slant inward from the building's top floor to ground level. 717 Harwood is owned by World Class Capital Group, an Austin-based real estate investment firm.[1]

The building formally housed the Dallas offices of KPMG, until their move in 2015 to the new KPMG Plaza tower.[2]

Harwood is home to the headquarters of Active Network, Lanyon and Omnitracs, and HOK.

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  1. ^ Brown, Steve (25 March 2014). "Downtown Dallas' 717 Harwood tower bought by Austin investor". Dallas Morning News. Retrieved 17 June 2015.
  2. ^ "Offices." KPMG. Retrieved on December 17, 2009.

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