The Crescent heralded as a celebration of art, history, and architecture, is the most iconic building in Dallas. Designed by world-renowned architect Philip Johnson along with John Burgee and Dallas-based Shepherd & Boyd, the facade creates a timeless design of quality and outstanding visibility from any point in the Dallas Central Business District. Known as the financial center of the southwest, the office and retail complex is the centerpiece of the Uptown Dallas/Turtle Creek Class AA office market and is the only Uptown office building with a dual-feed power supply.
The Crescent is set amongst quality amenities, including the Hotel Crescent Court, The Spa at The Crescent featuring a full-service fitness center, twelve restaurants, luxury shopping, an art gallery, and two salons.
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The Crescent has been awarded LEED Silver certification from the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) under the Existing Buildings rating system. With a current score of 65, The Crescent has been an Energy Star labeled building since 2008. Factors such as building automation systems, lighting controls, and chilled water thermal storage have contributed to a significant decrease in overall energy consumption. The use of water-wise landscaping to conserve water and energy, coupled with the implementation of comprehensive green cleaning and recycling programs, are just a few examples of The Crescent’s leadership in sustainability practices.
The Crescent is focused on providing a green building environment for our customers to demonstrate our commitment to becoming better stewards of the environment within the commercial real estate market.
The Bees of The Crescent
The Crescent is partnered with Alvéole, an international urban beekeeping company, to address the declining populations of urban pollinators, honey bees. Alvéole has partnered with more than 500 companies in North America to install beehives on urban properties to create ecological awareness of bees. Alvéole has assigned a beekeeping team manager at The Crescent to provide educational and awareness workshops and other bee-related events for customers, including harvesting honey once a year from honey-comb hives.
The Crescent beehives are tucked away in a secluded but visible area behind the north point monument sign. 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.
Invested in Our Community
The Crescent recognizes the importance of promoting healthy communities in which to live and work. The heart of Crescent Real Estate’s commitment to the community is FACES of Change, a unique adopt-a-school program Crescent Real Estate began in 1997. Through this program, Crescent Real Estate managed properties are partnered with local elementary schools that serve at-risk students and families. FACES of Change partnerships bring Crescent employees, customers, and business partners together to provide volunteer time, monetary donations, and in-kind gifts to partner schools. Since its inception, FACES of Change has established more than 80 successful business-to-school partnerships that have impacted the lives of over 30,000 children nationwide.