Energy Firm EnLink Departs Uptown for Downtown

A Dallas-based energy firm has completed its move from Uptown to downtownEnLink Midstream Partners has moved into 157,000 square feet in the One Arts Plaza building at Flora and Routh streets.It's one of downtown Dallas' biggest office leases so far this year.Enlink relocated from a building on Cedar Springs Road near Turtle Creek to some of the office space that formerly housed 7-Eleven's corporate offices.More than 300 Enlink employees made the move."The move represents a new chapter in the EnLink story," CEO Barry E. Davis said in a statement. "Every aspect of our space at One Arts was designed with our employees and culture in mind. We are an innovative, growing, and people-focused company, and our new headquarters reflects that."Commercial real estate firm JLL represented EnLink in the office lease with building owner Billingsley Co.Architect Corgan designed the new headquarters space.EnLink employs around 1,500 employees with concentrations of workers in West Texas and New Mexico, Central Oklahoma and the Gulf Coast region in Louisiana.EnLink operates more than 11,000 miles of energy pipeline and 21 processing plants.In filings with the City of Dallas Enlink said it was spending more than $17 million on the move from Uptown to downtown.  Continue reading...

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