Dallas Innovates published an article today about “The Link”, the newest office building added to the Dallas skyline, connecting Uptown, Victory Park, and Downtown Dallas. According to the article, the building will be completed in Fall 2021 and in what looks to us like a very smart decision, “Developer Kaizen and architect BOKA Powell added a wellness and air quality component to the building well in advance of the pandemic”, including enVerid HLR technology.
“Thirty-Four Commercial Partner Sarah Hinkley Kennington, who brokered the land sale to Kaizen, said Kaizen and architect BOKA Powell were forward-thinking when designing The Link in 2018 and adding a wellness component to the base building package. The building will be equipped with an enVerid HLR (HVAC Load Reduction) system, which achieves exceptional indoor air quality and humidity control. “This helps with productivity, reduces allergens, and reduces the spread of viruses,” she said. “With a brand new building, we can offer tenants the advantage of building out new space that incorporates new wellness standards as they unfold, along with things like touchless entries, an amenity floor with an outdoor terrace, and reduced elevator loads with destination dispatch.”