142,500 yards of poured concrete 17,0000 tons of reinforced steel, 12 acres of glass and 1,220 tons of Texas limestone make up the raw materials of the Toyota North America Headquarters. Materials alone don’t do it justice.
During a recent business trip to Dallas while exploring an industrial purchase, I was able to take an in-depth look at the multiple new projects in the Irving, Las Colinas, Plano, Frisco and Addison areas. To say that the metroplex is making the most of this market would be an understatement. After seeing the announcements of corporate headquarters leaving California in droves, it is helpful to go see where it is they are relocating to. The North Dallas market is a very familiar market for anyone who lives in Southern California with countless similarities in transportation, urban/suburban environments, the diverse housing stock and employment. Find out more about their sustainable practices on the infographic below.