Three Downtown Dallas High-Rises, Including Landmark Skyscraper, Scheduled For July Foreclosure

The tower at 717 N. Harwood tower, built in 1980, is owned by an Austin real estate firm


Another of downtown Dallas’ landmark skyscrapers is threatened with foreclosure.

The 34-story 717 N. Harwood tower is one of three high-rises in downtown Dallas that lenders say have defaulted on debts.

717 N. Harwood was built in 1980 as the headquarters for oil firm Diamond Shamrock. The office high-rise was later renamed KPMG Centre for its lead accounting firm tenant. KPMG relocated in 2015.

The Harwood Street office tower has been owned since 2014 by a company created by Austin businessman Nate Paul’s World Class Capital Group.

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