Developer KDC will break ground for its more than $100 million Irving campus for Pioneer Natural Resources this week.

The 10-story office project will be the first phase of the $1 billion Hidden Ridge development in Las Colinas.

The Pioneer complex is part of the more than 150-acre mixed-use development located west of State Highway 114 and will open in 2019.

KDC said last week that after more than a year of planning and negotiations that it has signed a lease with Pioneer Natural Resources to move to the more than 500,000-square-foot building.

The energy firm currently has its headquarters in the Williams Square office complex in Las Colinas’ Urban Center.

Architects Duda Paine, HKS and Corgan Associates all worked on plans for the new Pioneer Natural Resources building. Austin Commercial is the general contractor.

Pioneer plans to move more than 1,000 people into the new project which will be have retail and restaurants, apartments, a hotel and more office space in the Hidden Ridge development

The City of Irving has agreed to provide almost $6 million in economic incentives for Pioneer’s move.

Hidden Ridge development is being built on land Verizon has owned for years across the street from its long-time corporate campus in Las Colinas.

A new DART commuter rail station will connect the mixed-use project with Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and downtown Dallas.

Presented by the Dallas Morning News – June 21, 2017

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