The new EnLink headquarters in the Dallas Arts District is a customized 157,000-square-foot space that was developed with employee input over several years. (Source: EnLink)
The EnLink Midstream companies, EnLink Midstream Partners LP (NYSE: ENLK) and EnLink Midstream LLC (NYSE: ENLC), moved the company headquarters to One Arts Plaza during the last week of June. The move is a result of significant company growth and accommodates for future growth. EnLink customized the approximate 157,000-square-foot space located in the Dallas Arts District specifically for the needs of the organization.
“The move represents a new chapter in the EnLink story,” said Barry E. Davis, chairman and CEO of EnLink Midstream. “Every aspect of our space at One Arts was designed with our employees and culture in mind. We are an innovative, growing, and people-focused company, and our new headquarters reflects that.”
EnLink’s leadership focused on creating a space customized for the needs of its employees and fitting of the company’s strong culture. Over several years, EnLink surveyed employees and conducted focus groups to develop guiding principles for the interior design of the space, which was managed by the real estate services firm, JLL, and designed by local architecture and design firm, Corgan.
Over 300 employees work at EnLink’s Dallas headquarters. EnLink employs around 1,500 employees across the U.S., including in the company’s core growth areas of the Midland and Delaware basins in West Texas and New Mexico, the STACK and Merge plays in Central Oklahoma, and the Gulf Coast demand region in Louisiana.
The Dallas Arts District is the largest urban art district in the nation, spanning 19 contiguous blocks.