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All in a day's work.

Pegasus Park has everything your organization and employees need to perform at a higher level. Here, cutting-edge facilities are surrounded by social and wellness amenities designed to foster a healthy work life.

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Pegasus Park at a glance


23 acres of beautiful landscaping and green space


Newly-remodeled conference center


State-of-the-art fitness center with yoga classes


3-minute drive to UT Southwestern Medical Center


24-hour on-site security


Campus Happy Hours


Recycling center


On-campus craft brewery, taproom, and restaurant

Pegasus Park at a glance

Be Productive

Multiple conference rooms for groups up to 200 people

Newly-remodeled conference center in the tower lobby

Digital conference room scheduling and reservations

Unparalleled access to fiber optic data connectivity

Free campus WiFi

Hi-tech security and access control

24/7 on-site security personnel

On-site secured storage

On-site property management and maintenance

State-of-the-art wet lab for life science innovators

Recycling service

Be Entertained


Various event spaces


Access to event/meeting planning and catering services


On-site local craft brewery, taproom, and restaurant


Monthly concerts and events


On-site café offering grab-and-go food and catering service


Indoor/outdoor lounge serving cocktails and snacks

Be Entertained

Be Well

Panoramic views of Downtown Dallas and the Trinity River

Secured bike and scooter storage

Adjacent to one-acre city park with walking path and pond

Anticipated trail connections to Trinity Strand and Katy Trail

Tenant lounge with gaming, ping-pong table and TV’s

State-of-the-art fitness center

Full-time Pegasus Park concierge planning tenant activities

Campus happy hours

Yoga and meditation classes

Community service projects

Networking and educational events


The 23-acre Pegasus Park campus currently consists of more than 750,000 square feet of office and warehouse space across multiple buildings, including an 18-story office tower. Originally constructed for Zale Corp in 1970, it was bought by former Mobil Oil Corp in 1981. J. Small Investments purchased the campus in 2015 from Exxon Mobil.

Today, J. Small Investments, in partnership with Lyda Hill Philanthropies, is repurposing the former oil industry campus, which has been near-vacant for over a decade, into a center for business, social impact, and biomedical innovation exemplifying the spirit that has made Dallas one of the nation’s most dynamic cities.

Lyda Hill Philanthropies

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