The Carnegie is one of the westernmost buildings in Sundance Square. It opened in December of 2008 and is a 16 story office building with ground floor retail. This structure is also a companion structure to the Chase Bank Building, a block away. Both buildings were designed by David M. Schwarz Architectural Services. The associate architect for the Carnegie was BOKA/Powell from Dallas. The building is clad with stone base and brick on the upper floors. Comerica Bank occupies the corner space at 3rd and Taylor on the ground floor and the major office tenant is EOG Resources. The retail space at the corner of 3rd and Lamar is currently vacant.
David M. Schwarz Architectural Services, Washington, D.C.