Once known as Bank One and Chase Tower, 400 Texas Street, at the corner of Edwards and Texas, is one of downtown Shreveport’s premier high-rise buildings.  It’s exactly the type of building this week’s Food for Thought quote is describing.  This 15-story structure does reach for the sky in downtown and is home to a variety of businesses.  It provides a world-class option for just about any business with customizable spaces, executive suites, and an attached parking garage.  Other amenities include on-site storage, 24-hour access with key card, on-site security, on-site management, maintenance and leasing, and 480 volts electrical service. 400 Texas Street combines unique features, flexibility in lease terms, and an exceptional location on downtown’s ceremonial street.  The building is unquestionably an attractive choice for businesses looking for a prestigious and convenient space.

Most floors within the building are designed to include individual office spaces, flex/open space, private storage areas, break rooms, and conference rooms. This allows tenants to customize their workspace and create an environment that meets their individual needs.

400 Texas Street offers various lease types, including full service, gross lease, modified gross, and net lease, making the building very flexible to cater to different business models and preferences. The ownership is highly motivated to find lease terms that work well for tenants highlighting their commitment to accommodating businesses of various sizes and industries.

The views from the office spaces in 400 Texas are stunning, and the common areas create a modern and welcoming atmosphere for tenants and their visitors.

The building is located in a prime location.  It is within walking distance to the Caddo Parish Courthouse, and its proximity to various services, restaurants, and retail ensures that tenants can easily fulfill their daily needs.

With new developments and improvements planned and underway downtown, tenants of this high-rise can benefit from being part of a thriving community and capitalize on the increasing foot traffic and business opportunities.

Hayden Wallace of Berkshire Hathaway HS Ally Real Estate is now the leasing agent for the 203,000 sq. ft., Class A, office building.  If your business is looking to expand or relocate to downtown Shreveport, 400 Texas Street could be the perfect space.  For more information, contact Hayden, 318-510-0636; 318-231-2000, haydenwallace@advocate.properties.


Downtown Properties: American Tower – The Perfect Home For Your Business

There is really no way to miss the iconic downtown high-rise at 401 Market when you drive into downtown Shreveport. The all glass/metal building stands out among the properties downtown due to its mirrored exterior and beautifully landscaped Motor Plaza which provides short-term parking and convenient covered drop-off for tenants and visitors.

The building, constructed in 1977,  allows for incredible views of the Central Business District and the Red River.  American Tower is conveniently located on the corner of Spring and Market Street, both major downtown ingress and egress corridors.   When the building was built, a second tower – the Shreveport Tower – was planned to be part of the project but was never constructed.

American Tower, which has approximately 201,000 square feet of professional office and retail space, occupies a prominent place on Shreveport’s skyline.  The property, owned by Rancho Pacific Commercial of Rancho Cucamonga, CA, consists of two major components, the 16-story office building and the adjacent parking facility.  The building is professionally leased and managed by Walker-Alley & Associates.  If your business is searching for a remarkable place to call home, reach out to Walker-Alley at 318- 222-2022 or https://www.walkeralley.com/.  You will be glad you did.

 

 

 

 

 

American Tower under construction, 1977. Photo credit https://tinyurl.com/42ucwp74

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Downtown Properties: Regions Tower – A Great Space with a Fabulous View

The properties at 329 and 333 Texas combined are known as the Regions Center and clearly define downtown Shreveport’s skyline.  Standing 365 feet (111 meters) tall and containing 25 floors, 333 Texas – Regions Tower – is the tallest building in north Louisiana while 329 Texas is the classic 16-story Regions Building.  Regions Tower, which features an elegant 4-story Atrium, and 50-foot waterfall, was the location of today’s long-anticipated Amazon Shreveport’s leadership announcement.  Regions Center is connected to an adjoining 1000-space parking garage.

Marketed as Shreveport’s premier business address, the properties are leased by Beth King, SIOR, of Beth King Real Estate LLC.

“We are pleased to say that Regions Bank recently extended their lease in Regions Tower,” said Beth King.  “It is good to see their continued commitment to downtown and Shreveport.  We have completed several new leases, two of which are oil companies.  We’ve also leased two full floors in the Regions Bank building this past year, one being an insurance company and the other being in legal services. Our tenants enjoy the fitness center which has a variety of equipment and machines as well as free weights.  The fitness center has showers, internet service and televisions to occupy you while exercising. Other amenities attracting and keeping tenants happy include the food service, conference facilities and unmatched security.  Our parking garage allows tenants to keep their cars protected from the heat and other weather elements.”  Wow…..the Regions Building and Regions Tower might be the perfect place for your business in downtown.  For more information or to lease a space in this beautiful downtown high-rise, contact Beth King at 318-453-6066 or beth@bethkingrealestate.com.

 

Regions Tower, Downtown Shreveport

Regions Atrium

Fitness Center