The Baylor Scott & White Health project is unlike any other project that is in, the historically rich, Deep Ellum. The project has a unique design that features two 125,000 square feet floors, that blend into the Deep Ellum landscape. The design incorporates light monitors and light wells within the roof to bring natural light into the core areas of the building, and incorporates communicating staircases between levels 4 and 5 to provide connectivity of the space and people. The design provides great accessibility between all levels of the building with the monument stair extending from Level 1 to 5. A kitchen and dining area on the first floor and a coffee bar on level two provide in house food service, a variety of coffee offerings and additional collaboration and meeting space for the occupants. The large multipurpose room on the first floor provides a large volume space for large meetings and events. The large covered courtyards on the north and south sides of the building provide the occupants with additional event space, dining areas and collaboration space all with WIFI connectivity.
The project is located next to the DART rail and near many great restaurants in Deep Ellum. The project will be a transformative project to the area as well as for Baylor Scott & White Health.
The Baylor Scott & White project includes 300,000 square feet of occupied space and will be constructed within a 21-month schedule.
- Architect, Core/Shell
- Perkins + Will
- Architect, TI
- Austin Commercial
- Civil Engineer
- RLG Consulting
- Structural Engineer
- LA Fuess Partners
- MEP Engineer
- Studio Outside
- Kitchen Designer
- Worrell Design Group
- Two 125,000 SF Floor Plates
- Covered Outdoor Courtyard
- Large Roof Monitors for Natural Light
- Connectivity between Levels 4 and 5
- Onsite Kitchen and Dining Area
- Large Multipurpose Room for Large Meetings
- Coffee Bar
- Training and Simulation Rooms