Denbury Park building is a 100,000 square foot Class A, four story
building completed in March of 1999 in Legacy Park in Plano, Texas.
Legacy is a 2,700 acre world class master planned development owned by
EDS Corporation, in the middle of North Dallas' suburban growth.
Located between the Dallas North Tollway and Preston Road, Legacy
currently houses the corporate headquarters of Frito Lay, Pepsico Foods
International, Electronic Data Systems (EDS), JC Penney, and
Financing Corporation. Beal Bank and Cadbury Schweppes have also
relocated their corporate headquarters to Legacy.
Denbury Park project is built on a five plus acre site on Tennyson
Parkway, a six lane divided east - west thoroughfare, immediately west
of Preston Road. The site has approximately 560 feet of frontage on
White Rock Creek, with a rock bottom pond formed by a wide portion of
the Creek at this location. The site is located less than one-quarter
mile west of Preston Road and less than one mile east of the Dallas
timeless design of this building, by the architectural firm of HKS
Architects, Inc. takes advantage of the creek-side view and related
amenities. There are more than 400 parking spaces for the project, of
which 222 are covered. The latest in energy management systems has been
incorporated into the building, along with a number of other amenities,
which tenants of Class A office buildings expect.