HGA San Francisco Outfits New Dallas Headquarters for RealPage

The overhauled office structure features an open floor plan appointed with custom furniture. All images courtesy Benny Chan Photography.

The San Francisco office of architecture firm HGA has completed work on the new headquarters of RealPage in Dallas. In response to the software company’s growth, the firm consolidated the office, which was previously spread across four locations, into one address.

Images courtesy Benny Chan Photography.

The design aims to reflect the mission of RealPage with an environment that optimizes the way colleagues work and communicate. HGA transformed four floors and 400,000 square feet of an existing low-rise office structure as well as one 25,000-square-foot floor of an adjacent mid-rise volume into Class A offices. The interior is configured on the human level, with an equal emphasis on meeting rooms, work, and recreational spaces. The open workplace is also appointed with custom furniture systems to accommodate a variety of needs. An array of amenities is installed onsite for all 2,000 employees such as a fitness center, film and sound studio, market-style cafeteria and coffee bar, and an auditorium.

Images courtesy Benny Chan Photography.

“Our design approach sought to humanize the large floor plate through ‘neighborhoods,’” said the project’s lead architect Melissa Pesci. “Within each neighborhood are workstations and hubs. The hubs are made up of private offices that are adjacent to a coffee bar, as well as open, collaboration space and closed collaboration space.”