Harwood Developments Tour

See Harwood’s latest development for yourself! We’ll start at the historic Saint Ann School in The Ann & Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum: The Samurai Collection. Here you will discover new pieces from the largest collection of samurai art outside of Japan.

We’ll then tour then new Rolex Building, an iconic seven-story building designed by world-renowned architects from the Dallas-based firm, HDF and Tokyo-based, Kengo Kuma. This is the first building in Dallas designed by a Japanese architect.

Following the tour, stick around for a happy hour at Saint Ann Restaurant & Bar where you will learn more about HARWOOD No. 10 and Bleu Ciel through 360 camera views and video.

The tour is full. Contact Megan McLoud to be added to the wait list. You can still register for the happy hour at Saint Ann Restaurant & Bar starting at 5:30 p.m.

A $25 no-show fee will be applied to anyone registered for the tour. If you register and can no longer attend, email Megan McLoud by noon on the day of the tour to avoid the $25 fee. This will allow us to give your spot to those on the wait list.