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Gardere Chooses Crescent Real Estate's Uptown High-Rise for 2016 Move

04.03.14

The Dallas Morning News covered Gardere's decision to relocate its Dallas office to Crescent Real Estate's planned 20-story office high-rise at McKinney & Olive. "The notion of trying to retrofit our old space into the new age would be extremely disruptive to our business," said Gardere Chair Holland N. O'Neil, when asked about remolding the Firm's current space in Thanksgiving Tower. "We are in the service business, and there is a lot to be said for reputation and how the Firm is perceived in the market."

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