This state-of-the-art office building and the neighboring Sharyland building are home to Hunt Consolidated, Inc. and its affiliates. Standing at 14 stories and 480,000 square feet, the architecture is distinguished by an unusual sail and ellipse facade. This dramatic exterior features a synchronized and choreographed set of more than 1 million independently colored lights often utilized to project messages and greetings to the community. Overlooking Downtown Dallas’ Klyde Warren Park, the Hunt campus is a staple of the city’s iconic skyline.

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Unique interior features include a Foucault pendulum in the lobby and a life-size bronze statue of Texas hero Col. William B. Travis. The ceiling of the 14th floor employee dining area is an exact replica of the Texas night sky on December 18, 1934, when Hunt Oil Company was founded.

1900 North Akard won the Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) International Award in 2015, presented by the International Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA).

Hunt Headquarters, completed in November 2007, was honored by the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) with a Silver certification for Commercial Interiors in 2009.