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Carrollton, TX - Office Market Overview

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The Carrollton real estate market neighbors the Castle Hills, Grapevine, and Southlake commercial real estate markets. While the City of Carrollton is home to over 130,000 residents, the city is also part of the much larger Dallas - Fort Worth metro area, which is home to over 4.7 million people. The office market in Carrollton is greatly influenced by its suburban location relative to Dallas.

As of mid-2017, the Greater Carrollton office market encompasses over 2.4 million square feet of existing office space in properties larger than 50,000 square feet. The commercial real estate market in Carrollton, Texas sees significant demand from the strong mix of manufacturing, distribution, and white-collar service businesses within the city.

Carrollton, TX - Office Inventory Description

Carrollton has been named the 19th Best Place to Live by Money Magazine and among the Top 100 Places to Live by Relocate America, attracting a well-educated white-collar office labor force. Demand for office space in Carrollton is consistently strong, with nearly 2 million square feet of Class B office space in the market.

Some of the office buildings in Carrollton, which see strong demand from corporate tenants include the Trinity Square Plaza, the Carrollton Office Tower, and the Trinity Centre on 2312 East Trinity Mills Road. Suburban cities such as Carrollton are able to successfully attract businesses from the more expensive Dallas - Fort Worth area by offering a lower cost of doing business, combined with a highly-qualified workforce.

Carrollton, TX Commercial Inventory Breakdown

Office Spaces

Total: 3,684,728 SF

Data provided by Yardi Matrix, properties over 50k SF, includes office with retail

By square footage range:

  • 50k to 100k SF: 1,520,827 SF / 41.27% of total office
  • 100k to 500k SF: 2,163,901 SF / 58.73% of total office

By class:

  • Class A: 980,838 SF / 26.62% of total office
  • Class B: 1,628,349 SF / 44.19% of total office
  • Class C: 731,243 SF / 19.85% of total office

Top 10 Largest Office Buildings

in Carrollton

Office building Address Sqft Year built
AmerisourceBergen Headquarters at Austin Ranch 5025 Plano Pkwy, 75010 300,000 2019
Midway Commons Business Park 3410 Midcourt Road, 75006 234,135 1986
4101 International 4101 International Pkwy, 75007 201,197 1998
International Business Park 190 - Future Development NWC Midway Road & President George Bush Turnpike, 75007 190,000 n/a
International Business Park - 4050 Midway Road 4050 Midway Road, 75007 154,298 n/a
International Business Park - 4000 International Pkwy 4000 International Pkwy, 75007 154,298 1998
4001 International Pkwy 4001 International Pkwy, 75007 138,443 2002
Thomson Reuters 2395 Midway Road, 75006 137,780 1979
4201 Marsh Lane 4201 Marsh Lane, 75007 130,000 2003
Valwood Business Park - 1650 West Crosby Road 1650 West Crosby Road, 75006 106,200 1998

Most Recently-Built Office Buildings

in Carrollton

Office building Address Sqft Year built
Plano Pediatric Medical Pavilion 7000 West Plano Pkwy, 75093 81,961 2005
4201 Marsh Lane 4201 Marsh Lane, 75007 130,000 2003
4780 North Josey Lane 4780 North Josey Lane, 75010 38,648 2003
4001 International Pkwy 4001 International Pkwy, 75007 138,443 2002
International Business Park - 4100 International Pkwy 4100 International Pkwy, 75007 105,158 2002
International Business Park - 4120 International Pkwy 4120 International Pkwy, 75007 99,804 2002
2304 Tarpley Road 2304 Tarpley Road, 75006 105,145 2000
4025 Midway Road 4025 Midway Road, 75007 101,174 2000
Offices of Austin Ranch - 5000 Plano Pkwy 5000 Plano Pkwy, 75010 70,270 2000
The Highlander Office Building 2508 Highlander Way, 75006 45,350 2000

Carrollton, TX - Green Office Space


A recent survey by the North Texas Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council discovered that the development and availability of green office space, LEED-certified space, and EPA Energy Star-rated office properties are a major economic driver in Northern Texas. One example of a LEED-certified office building in Carrollton is the Thomson Reuters building on Midway Road. Built back in 1979, this property brings nearly 138,000 square feet of LEED Green-certified space to the Carrollton office market.

As a suburb of Dallas, Carrollton is doing its part to help the metro area retain its #17 ranking for energy-efficient office buildings. The most recent National Green Building Adoption Index surveyed the top 30 office markets in the U.S. for the availability and growth of green office space. Up 33% from 2005, the percentage of energy-efficient green office buildings stands at 38% across these major markets, with the Dallas area coming in 17th.

Carrollton, TX's Top Office-Using Sectors

The Carrollton commercial real estate and office markets see predictable demand from top office-using sectors like healthcare, manufacturing, distribution, and large corporate office users.

  • Healthcare – Baylor Medical Center and the various business it attracts creates demand for white collar office space in Carrollton.
  • Manufacturing – Western Extrusions, AER Manufacturing, Schneider Electric, and Presto Products are a few of the companies in this top business sector in Carrollton.
  • Distribution – The Carrollton commercial real estate market is also driven by companies such as Fleco Industries, C & D Courier, Texas Twist, and Interceramic USA.
  • Corporate Office – A large amount of white collar office employment in Carrollton is generated by businesses such as McKesson Corporation, ISS Facility Services, Thomson Reuters, and Hilton Reservations Worldwide.

Carrollton Demographics


  • Total Population131,240
  • Male Population(49.1 %) 64,486
  • Female Population(50.9 %) 66,754
  • Median Age36.90


  • Average Household Income$91,603
  • Median Household Income$73,218
  • Median Income Under 25$42,583
  • Median Income 25-44$71,150
  • Median Income 45-64$84,405
  • Median Income Over 65$52,732


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