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State Farm Campus

State Farm’s new regional campus is centered around a vibrant open space and opens its doors to the public, transforming the campus into an exciting and highly programmed location where employees and families can live, work, play and create a community. This project has become a tremendous catalyst for growth and development in North Dallas.

The campus is situated along the Dallas Area Rapid Transit’s (DART) rail line in the CityLine mixed-use, transit-oriented development. The new campus houses over 10,000 employees and has influenced the greater greenfield redevelopment, which provides a vibrant mix of uses, including office space, shops and restaurants, entertainment venues, fitness, hospitality, medical and multi-family housing.

OJB created a campus master plan and followed with full design services, which integrated different land uses and activities while minimizing the conflicts between vehicles and pedestrians. Oriented and scaled to encourage pedestrian activity and walkability, the 215,000 SF of landscape facilitates a range of dynamic uses and users from day to night.

The various landscaped spaces, including the streets, streetscape improvements, plazas and courts surrounding the 4 Class-A office towers, allow for flexible programming, which provides a stimulating environment where people want to meet and gather.

The central urban plaza, known as CityLine Plaza, is activated with a performance stage and an interactive water feature. An event lawn serves as the heart and social center of the development, giving the site an increased sense of community for public activities. Neighboring the plaza, is a decomposed granite dining court that features fixed benches, as well as moveable cafe tables and chairs beneath canopy trees, arranged to provide shade and visual interest.

Important design considerations include designing multimodal streets, enhanced paving at key intersections, the provision of varied and flexible spaces and sustainable planting design through the use of native and adaptive plants.

PROJECT INFORMATION
Location:
Richardson, TX
Team: Corgan, Kimley-Horn and Associates, L.A. Fuess Partners, Telios Corporation, RSM Design
LEED: Gold Certified
Photography Credit: Eddie Fortuna, Peter Calvin, CityLine

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State Farm’s new regional campus is centered around a vibrant open space and opens its doors to the public, transforming the campus into an exciting and highly programmed location where employees and families can live, work, play and create a community. This project has become a tremendous catalyst for growth and development in North Dallas.

The campus is situated along the Dallas Area Rapid Transit’s (DART) rail line in the CityLine mixed-use, transit-oriented development. The new campus houses over 10,000 employees and has influenced the greater greenfield redevelopment, which provides a vibrant mix of uses, including office space, shops and restaurants, entertainment venues, fitness, hospitality, medical and multi-family housing.

OJB created a campus master plan and followed with full design services, which integrated different land uses and activities while minimizing the conflicts between vehicles and pedestrians. Oriented and scaled to encourage pedestrian activity and walkability, the 215,000 SF of landscape facilitates a range of dynamic uses and users from day to night.

The various landscaped spaces, including the streets, streetscape improvements, plazas and courts surrounding the 4 Class-A office towers, allow for flexible programming, which provides a stimulating environment where people want to meet and gather.

The central urban plaza, known as CityLine Plaza, is activated with a performance stage and an interactive water feature. An event lawn serves as the heart and social center of the development, giving the site an increased sense of community for public activities. Neighboring the plaza, is a decomposed granite dining court that features fixed benches, as well as moveable cafe tables and chairs beneath canopy trees, arranged to provide shade and visual interest.

Important design considerations include designing multimodal streets, enhanced paving at key intersections, the provision of varied and flexible spaces and sustainable planting design through the use of native and adaptive plants.

PROJECT INFORMATION
Location:
Richardson, TX
Team: Corgan, Kimley-Horn and Associates, L.A. Fuess Partners, Telios Corporation, RSM Design
LEED: Gold Certified
Photography Credit: Eddie Fortuna, Peter Calvin, CityLine