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222 West Las Colinas Boulevard

The Urban Towers Sublease

Irving, TX 75039

  • 100 - 22,620 sqft~ 0 - 150 seats
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  • Availability

    UnitSizeSeatsPriceInquire
    Suite 1650100sqft~ 0~$26 psf
    Suite 1650350sqft~ 2~$26 psf
    Suite 848464sqft~ 3$35 psf
    1680E Suite466sqft~ 3$35 psf
    Suite 14801,264sqft~ 8$35 psf
    121N Suite1,520sqft~ 10$31 psf
    744E Suite1,929sqft~ 12~$26 psf
    625N Suite1,948sqft~ 12$33 psf
    1675E Suite2,034sqft~ 13$35 psf
    1680E Suite2,034sqft~ 13$37 psf
    540E Suite2,286sqft~ 15$35 psf
    844E Suite2,312sqft~ 15$35 psf
    1955N Suite2,538sqft~ 16$35 psf
    Suite 7422,654sqft~ 17$35 psf
    1405N Suite2,818sqft~ 18$35 psf
    1570E Suite3,025sqft~ 20~$26 psf
    1410N Suite3,106sqft~ 20$35 psf
    1400N Suite3,195sqft~ 21$35 psf
    1460E Suite3,709sqft~ 24$35 psf
    748E Suite3,781sqft~ 25$33 psf
    555E Suite3,862sqft~ 25$35 psf
    165E Suite4,830sqft~ 32$31 psf
    Suite 19905,201sqft~ 34$35 psf
    Suite 19005,201sqft~ 34$37 psf
    1725N Suite5,501sqft~ 36$37 psf
    1700N Suite5,501sqft~ 36$35 psf
    Suite 15605,586sqft~ 37$35 psf
    Suite 1605,617sqft~ 37$35 psf
    541E Suite5,725sqft~ 38$35 psf
    150E Suite6,045sqft~ 40$35 psf
    Suite 15506,783sqft~ 45$35 psf
    225N Suite7,916sqft~ 52$35 psf
    545E Suite7,999sqft~ 53$35 psf
    1280E Suite11,095sqft~ 73$37 psf
    625N Suite11,948sqft~ 79$35 psf
    20N Suite12,968sqft~ 86$35 psf
    Suite 25016,762sqft~ 111$35 psf
    1600N Suite17,166sqft~ 114$25 psf
    800N Suite22,172sqft~ 147$35 psf
    300N Suite22,194sqft~ 147$31 psf
    1800N Suite22,620sqft~ 150$35 psf

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    Neighborhood

    Irving

    Irving is a principal city in Texas named after author Washington Irving. Irving is a suburb of Dallas and includes the Las Colinas community, which is one of the country’s first master-planned developments. Multiple large, well-known companies have their headquarters in Irving, such as Michaels Stores, 7-Eleven, ExxonMobil, Kimberly-Clark, Chuck E. Cheese’s, and La Quinta Inns and Suites.

    Irving Office Space | Lease and Data Trends

    Suburbs of Dallas such as Irving have slightly lower rental prices than the city of Dallas. Class B spaces in the suburbs rent for about $20.87 per square foot, while they cost an average of $21.39/sqft in Dallas. The vacancy rate for both is 19 percent. Class A spaces rent for an average of $29.95/sqft in the suburbs; they rent for $30.48/sqft in the city of Dallas. The Class A vacancy rate is 17 percent for the suburbs and 18 percent for the city.

    What Our Brokers Say

    Irving covers about 67.7 square miles of land. It’s located about 15 minutes northwest of Downtown Dallas and 20 minutes northeast of Downtown Fort Worth. Irving is divided into neighborhoods including Lakeside Landing, Irving Lake, and Hackberry Creek.

    Commuters can choose between several highways: The Airport Freeway, LBJ Freeway, John Carpenter Freeway, and the President George Bush Turnpike. The Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) provides both a light rail and a bus service; the Orange Line provides easy access to the DFW Airport. The Trinity Railway Express route has two stops in Irving. The Las Colinas Area Personal Transit System, or APT, runs Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.

    Those planning to get out of the office for a refreshing lunch will find plenty of places to explore in Irving. Some of the best business lunch destinations are Office On Trinity, The Ranch, Via Real, and Cool River Cafe. If you need to book a hotel for a visiting business partner, check out one of Irving’s many options such as La Quinta Inn & Suites Dallas, Quality Inn DFW-Airport, and Comfort Suites DFW Airport. Businesses looking for interns or recent grads don’t have to look very far—the University of Dallas and Universal Technical Institute are right in town.

    Get to Know the Neighborhood

    Irving was founded in 1903 and incorporated in 1914. The Irving Heritage District functions to help preserve the area’s rich history. Visitors can explore the Heritage House, meander through the town square to find treasures in antique shops, or eat at a classic soda shop. The nearby Heritage Park offers more areas for exploration and features Irving’s first water tower, windmill, and library. Centennial Park has a history wall that outlines important happenings in the city’s history.

    One of the most prominent destinations in Irving is the Irving Arts Center, a 10-acre area that houses two theaters, four galleries, rehearsal facilities, and a sculpture garden. More than 100,000 people visit the center every year to attend one of its 1,400 events, develop their own artistic skills, or just explore the grounds. The center hosts numerous family programs such as the holiday festival and even hosts summer camps for kids.

    Like many area’s of Texas, Irving’s flat terrain is ideal for golf. It’s no wonder that the city contains four 18-hole golf courses and numerous others just a short drive away. Some beautiful and popular golf course options in the area include Bear Creek Golf Club, Cottonwood Valley Course, and the world-class Tournament Players Course (TPC). The Las Colinas Country Club course also hosts the Volunteers of America Texas Shootout every spring.

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