- Steve Brown, Dallas Morning News

Dallas’ new Park District development has landed another major tenant.

The 2-tower project overlooking downtown’s Klyde Warren Park has signed a lease with law firm Caldwell Cassady & Curry.

Caldwell Cassady & Curry will relocate from the Rosewood Court building on Cedar Springs Road to the new office building at Pearl Street and Woodall Rodgers Freeway.

The company will move to 14,700 square feet on the 12th floor of the PwC Tower in Park District in early 2020.

“PwC Tower at Park District provides the quality and environment that will help our firm continue to grow and succeed,” Caldwell Cassady & Curry principal Jason Cassady said in a statement. “We look forward to being closer to the Dallas landmark Klyde Warren Park and continuing to serve our current and future clients.”

Caldwell Cassady & Curry – which was founded in 2013 – will join accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers and law firms Winston & Strawn and Barnes & Thornburg in the 20-story high-rise.

Trammell Crow Co. and partner MetLife Investment Management built the 500,000-square-foot office tower and the adjoining 34-story luxury apartment building.

Sarah Hinkley and Luke Walter from Thirty-Four Commercial negotiated the Caldwell Cassady & Curry lease with Shannon Brown, Dennis Barnes and Clay Gilbert with CBRE.

The Park District office tower is more than 60 percent leased.

It’s one of the newest and largest office buildings that opened last year in central Dallas.

The three newest buildings in downtown Dallas and Uptown are now all substantially leased.

“We are excited to welcome Caldwell Cassady & Curry to PwC Tower at Park District, where our tenants are offered the highest quality amenities, top-notch office space and location in North Texas,” Scott Krikorian, Crow senior managing director, said in a statement.