J. Small Investments, in partnership with Lyda Hill Philanthropies, has unveiled plans for Pegasus Park, a 23-acre, mixed-use office campus designed to bolster local biotech, social impact, and corporate innovation. The development will feature four components: a biotech “plus” hub, a social impact hub, entertainment/dining venues, and commercial tenants.
The North Texas Biotech Hub is a key component of Pegasus Park. The envisioned Biotech Hub will offer approximately 37,000 sf of premium, flexible lab, training, and office spaces dedicated to life science innovation. The project will provide tenant-driven services and cost-effective month-to-month leases for science and tech entrepreneurs.
A community of social impact, nonprofit, and philanthropic tenants, dubbed Water Cooler, will offer 150,000 sf of flexible office space for collaboration and problem solving. Nonprofit Water Cooler tenants will receive subsidized rent, access to philanthropic funds for furniture and infrastructure, and free or low-cost amenities and services designed to accelerate their respective missions.
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Entertainment, dining, and services will include a local craft brewery, taproom, accompanying restaurant and beer garden; an onsite cafe offering catering and grab-and-go selections; and an indoor/outdoor lounge serving cocktails and coffee that will be open to the public.
Finally, approximately 550,000 sf of modern renovated office space will be available to commercial tenants.
The interior and exterior areas of Pegasus Park will be designed with flexibility to accommodate social-distancing, high-level cleaning protocols, and the latest technology to protect tenants and visitors.
GFF is designing the project with Scott + Reid as the general contractor. The project is slated to open in early 2021.