Grand Homes recommits to its headquarters in Addison tower

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After an extensive real estate search, Addison-based homebuilder Grand Homes has decided to recommit its headquarters to the Town of Addison’s Millennium Tower.

The builder has signed a lease for 16,633 square feet of space at Millennium Tower at 15455 Dallas Parkway in Addison. Terms of the deal were undisclosed.

“This was a great location for their customers and employees,” Todd Noonan, a vice president at Dallas-based Stream Realty Partners, told the Dallas Business Journal in an exclusive interview.

“They have building signage facing the Tollway with unobstructed views on the 10th floor of the building,” Noonan told me. “We looked at a number of other buildings along the Tollway, but this building has a lot of amenities that are meaningful to their employees.”

Noonan represented Grand Homes in the builder’s real estate search. Belinda Dabliz with Dallas-based Gaedeke Group represented the landlord.

The 14-story, 351,683-square-foot building’s on-site deli, garage parking, fitness center and the security of Millennium Tower — which Gaedeke Group bought at the end of 2013— were important to Grand Homes’ employees, he said.

The 27-year-old North Texas homebuilder completes more than 400 semi-custom homes throughout the year in 30 neighborhoods in Dallas-Fort Worth.

SOURCE: Dallas Business Journal