Cypress is the new name of a social and sports club which will be located at the top of glass rocket-shaped Fountain Place Tower and it is offering more than just the view of the Dallas skyline according to a Dallas Morning News article. They report,
“A landmark downtown Dallas skyscraper is upping its office leasing pitch with the construction of a private social and sports club.
Called Cypress, the private club will be located on the plaza at the Fountain Place tower on Ross Avenue.
The more than 13,000-square-foot invitation-only club being built in the tower will include spaces for dining, a bar and lounge areas. The Cypress club will also feature golf simulators, pickleball courts and a hunting simulator.”
And of course, the directors and developers of Cypress couldn’t help but express their excitement over the first class private club according to a Dallas Innovate article which says,
“Cypress at Fountain Place is not just another ‘club,’ it’s truly a groundbreaking creation,” Chris Hipps, senior managing director at CBRE in Dallas/Fort Worth, said in a statement. “This is first-in class, first-in-market, and first-in-country. It sets Fountain Place apart and marks a new era of workplace luxury. Correspondingly, it will offer the companies that office at Fountain Place a significant advantage in their effort to recruit new employees, as well as to retain their existing high-performers.”
“What sets Cypress at Fountain Place apart is that no one else has ventured into this unique blend, making them pioneers in redefining the way we work, play, and achieve a perfect swing under one roof,” Frelich added in a statement.
Notably, the interiors of Cypress were designed and planned by Kellie K. Sirna, who is known to be responsible for the interiors of Texas hotels as well as other interiors of famous restaurants.