MCKINNEY & OLIVE
McKinney & Olive is a one-of-a-kind landmark office tower designed by world-renowned architect Cesar Pelli, offering world-class architecture, premier office space, and exclusive restaurant and retail in the vibrant, pedestrian-oriented neighborhood of Uptown Dallas. Located at the prime intersection of McKinney Ave. and Olive St., the development is a short walk to Klyde Warren Park and the growing Dallas Arts District.
Adding to this elegant building's striking architecture, McKinney & Olive offers 486,000 square feet of Class A+ office space that includes the latest building innovation and technology. Customers enjoy high-efficiency floor plates, 10-foot ceiling heights with floor-to-ceiling clear glass, state-of-the-art security, destination elevators, and unmatched amenities, including an outdoor terrace, conference center, fitness studio, Wi-Fi in all common areas, and the landscaped one-acre Piazza.
About The Architect
McKinney & Olive was designed by world-renowned architect Cesar Pelli, Gregg Jones, and Rob Narracci of Pelli Clarke Pelli. The development was Pelli’s first design in Dallas and the first commercial building in Dallas, designed by an internationally acclaimed architect since the 1980s.
Founded in 1977, Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects has earned a reputation for designing buildings that express their clients' core values. They have designed some of the most recognizable and successful projects globally, from the World Financial Center in New York to the Petronas Towers in Malaysia and the International Finance Centre in Hong Kong. They design contemporary, broadly resonant, and optimistic buildings and view architecture as a continually evolving art.
The work of Pelli Clarke Pelli has been internationally recognized with over 100 awards for design excellence, including over 40 design awards from National, Regional and local chapters of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). The late Cesar Pelli was selected as one of the ten most influential living architects by the AIA.
Our management team
McKinney & Olive operates at the highest level of efficiency and sustainability. We are focused on providing a green building environment for our customers and demonstrating our commitment as stewards of the environment within the commercial real estate market. Because of this, we are LEED v4 O+M: EB Gold certified, meaning we meet the strict guidelines set forth by the Environmental Protection Agency to achieve Energy Star Ratings as well as those set forth by the U.S. Green Building Council for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED® ).
Factors such as building automation systems, lighting controls, comprehensive green cleaning, and recycling programs are just a few examples of McKinney & Olive’s sustainability practices that contribute to a significant decrease in the overall energy consumption of the earth's resources by reducing energy use, conserving water, minimizing waste, reducing CO2 emissions, recycling materials and improving indoor quality of property environments.
The Bees of McKinney & Olive
McKinney & Olive is partnered with The Best Bees Company, which delivers, installs, and manages beehives for residential and commercial properties. Their mission is to improve bee health and expand the bee population, one beehive at a time. The Best Bees Company is a hub for scientists, artists, and adventurers. They have developed innovative approaches and data systems used by institutions such as NASA, MIT, Harvard, National Geographic, and others. They are dedicated to developing cutting-edge and resourceful ways of ensuring reliable bee health, global food security, and leaving a positive impact on the environment. A beekeeping team manager is assigned to McKinney & Olive to provide educational and awareness workshops and other bee-related events for customers, including harvesting honey once a year from honeycomb hives.
McKinney & Olive’s beehives are visible to customers from the conference room windows. Bees are responsible for the pollination of more than 130 varieties of fruits and vegetables around the globe. The honey bees’ daily quest is to bring nectar, pollen, resin, or water to their colony to ensure its development. Honey bees are not motivated to sting. They have one goal, and one goal only: to collect nectar and pollen from flowers within a 3-mile radius of their hive and bring it back to ensure the colony’s development.
Connected Communities at Work
TogetherWeConnect® is the heartbeat of the Granite experience with the goal of allowing our customers to flourish in their environments. Through specialized amenities and activities, this comprehensive program allows the development of meaningful connections in the workplace, giving back to the community, and improvement of overall wellness.
TogetherWeConnect® experiences give you the opportunity to flourish where you are.
- TogetherWeGive Annual Events
- Lunch & Learns
- Customer Webinars
- Building Socials
- Fitness Classes
- Customer Connect Meetings
- Customer Lounges
- Activated Outdoor Spaces
- Customer Connection Centers
- Shared Amenities
2021 McKinney Avenue, Suite 575 Dallas, Texas 75201