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Creating Community

Spend your professional life surrounded by progress and vitality at River Bend, where Brook Partners is transforming 2025 Irving Blvd. into a vibrant retail, showroom and creative space that celebrates the intersection of culture and commerce.

Anticipating the desires of a rapidly evolving district, Brook Partners is creating a community as it transforms 2025 Irving Blvd. into River Bend. With public art, sophisticated contemporary design, gorgeous landscaping and abundant parking, River Bend will provide a highly curated sense of place where your professional life will be inspired by your surroundings.

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Curated Surroundings

River Bend tenants and visitors will enjoy the distinction of being surrounded by a creative community, lush landscaping and a public art installation by internationally prominent and Hereford, UK based artist Clare Woods.

Commissioned by the Dallas Art Fair in collaboration with Simon Lee Gallery (London, New York, Hong Kong), the artist has realized our vision of installing her work - in the form of eleven 13-feet by 7-feet tile murals - on the building’s façade.

River Bend is adjacent to a rich tapestry of outdoor experiences, from an onsite landscaped island to the Trinity Strand Trail that weaves throughout the district to the city’s greatest natural resource – the Trinity River.

Thousands of acres of green space are minutes away, highlighted by the Trammell Crow Park at the base of the Sylvan Avenue Bridge, along with the future creation of the signature Harold Simmons Park between the Calatrava bridges.

Easy access to these green spaces will enhance the quality of professional life in the urban environment.

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A District In Evolution

River Bend is steps from the most concentrated expanse of designer-curated spaces in the city. High on the "hot list" of Dallas neighborhoods, the Design District boasts many of Dallas’s top restaurants, art institutions, galleries, boutiques and entertainment and event venues.

The Dallas Contemporary, Karpidas Collection, Goss-Michael Foundation, Dallas Art Fair Gallery, Town Hearth, Sassetta, El Bolero and Meddlesome Moth call the neighborhood home and represent a fraction of its attractions. The ultra-hip Virgin Hotel Dallas debuts here in 2019.

Over the last decade, the Design District has become a city within a city. With the neighborhood’s recent urbanization, there is now a concentration of luxury high-rise and apartment living to accompany its array of amenities.

As such, the district is connected as a community more than ever before.

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Culture Centric

Design District residents tend to be young, successful and culture-centric individuals with a preference for city life.

Median Age
32.7 Years

Avg. Household Income:

Typical Values:
Education + Creativity

Culture Centric

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Restaurants / Bars

  1. 1. Peticolas Brewing Company
  2. 2. El Bolero Cocina Mexicana
  3. 3. Pie Tap Pizza Workshop + Bar
  4. 4. Town Hearth
  5. 5. The Charles
  6. 6. Meddlesome Moth
  7. 7. Go Go
  8. 8. Sassetta
  9. 9. Wheelhouse
  10. 10. Community Beer Company
  11. 11. CBD
  12. 12. Americano
  13. 13. Midnight Rambler

Galleries / Museums

  1. 14. Cris Worley Gallery
  2. 15. galerie frank elbaz
  3. 16. Dallas Contemporary
  4. 17. PDNB Gallery
  5. 18. SITE131
  6. 19. Conduit Gallery
  7. 20. Carneal Simmons Gallery
  8. 21. Barry Whistler Gallery
  9. 22. Perot Museum
  10. 23. Dallas Museum of Art
  11. 24. Nasher Sculpture Center
  12. 25. Fashion Industry Gallery
  13. 26. Giant Eyeball
  14. 27. The Samurai Collection
  15. 28. Haas Moto Museum


  1. 29. Tramell Crow Park
  2. 30. Bowlounge
  3. 31. Trinity Strand Trail
  4. 32. Klyde Warren Park
  5. 33. American Airlines Center
  6. 34. Katy Trail


  1. 35. Virgin Hotel
  2. 36. The Joule
  3. 37. W Residences
  4. 38. Hotel ZaZa
  5. 39. Hotel Crescent Court
  6. 40. The Ritz-Carlton
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Rooted in Design

Conceived to transform yet graciously compliment the neighborhood’s evolution, River Bend is designed by noted architect Rick del Monte.

As Chief Design Officer of the Beck Group's architecture practice, he has led and been involved with many of Beck’s most notable projects, including the Nasher Sculpture Center and the Karpidas Collection.

Wrapped by 12-foot-tall, modern glass storefronts and enhanced by public art and extensive hardscape and landscape design, the building’s renovation reflects elevated and refined design.

Suite Size Status
101 1,675 sf Occupied
102 4,830 sf Available
103 4,236 sf Available
104 5,210 sf Occupied
107 2,859 sf Occupied
108 5,572 sf Available
110 1,998 sf Occupied
111 2,930 sf Available
200 1,400 sf Occupied
200b 1,600 sf Available
201 1,902 sf Occupied
204 6,992 sf Occupied
205 2,813 sf Occupied
207 4,895 sf Available
208 4,953 sf Available
210 2,442 sf Occupied
211 7,923 sf Occupied
215 6,175 sf Occupied
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