• Size: 1,595,000 SF
  • Services provided: Architecture, interior design, master planning, visualization
  • Project Type: New construction
  • Targeting LEED Silver certification
CityLine is a mixed-use, transit-oriented development located in Richardson, Texas. Located along Routh Creek and at the intersection of a major highway interchange, this live, work, play development will be anchored by the 1.5 million-square-foot corporate campus that will serve as a regional office for a major insurance company. The 35-acre master plan fully embraces all the attributes of a transit-oriented development including a regional rail station and amenities for residential, retail and healthcare facilities. Phase I of the project was the corporate campus which includes 1.5 million square feet of Class A office space. 6,800 parking spaces are contained within the towers via attached structured parking to maximize green space on the site. The 40,000-square-foot floor plates maximize efficiency and natural light utilization to facilitate the open floor plan concept.


Design must yield a return. It might be a return on investment, delighted tenants, improved wellness, or a more enjoyable workspace. That return — the return on our deep experience — is what the Corgan team makes possible.

The experience of creating great places should be as thoughtful, energizing, and engaging as the space itself. By putting our client’s objectives at the center of every decision, Corgan designs inviting environments that achieve goals and build meaningful value.

We approach each opportunity as engaged, open-minded collaborators. We work fast and hard, but keep the process easygoing. Corgan’s deep commercial experience and forward-looking approach mean we respond to client dynamics with speed and agility. We know when and where to spend, and, more importantly, when not to spend. We maximize opportunity and minimize risk and inefficiencies.

At Corgan, the only standard for successful design is a satisfied client.

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