Curious if there are any renderings or plans available for the 3rd of the T3 buildings? So far everything available seems to be about the two buildings next to the MoCA, but no nothing about the building on the east side of Sterling, across from the MoCA.
Hines has been busy with their T3s. In addition to this and the two 3XN designs (T3 Bayside), Hines is behind T3 in Minneapolis (like Sterling Road, a DLR Group design completed in late 2016), T3 West Midtown, a heavy timber office development in Atlanta, T3 Wedgewood-Houston in Nashville … betting there are more T3s out there(?).

Some project links below if interested.
Thanks, that’s definitely interesting to know! I was actually curious specifically about the 3rd building in T3 Sterling though, the one that seems to be called “the Foundry”. Is there a reason it’s not being built at the same time as the other two buildings? And wondering if the design will match those two or be different altogether.

Hines, Hazelview partner on T3 Sterling Road office project

Jul. 12, 2021

Construction started on the first two buildings at T3 Sterling Road in June. Upon completion, it will be a three-building, 415,000-square-foot urban campus west of the downtown core. The first two buildings are expected to be occupied and operational in 2023.

“Depending on the velocity of lease-up and interest in the market, we will make the decision on when the most appropriate time is to commence construction of the third building,” said Tsourounis.

“Hines has taken the lead as the developer with the city. We’re more of an equity partner, but we view it as potentially a very long-term asset for us to continue to hold in partnership with Hines.”

The DLR Group-designed project will include: social workspaces and tenant collaboration areas; rooftop terraces; private balconies on each floor; floor-to-ceiling warehouse windows to maximize natural light; a fitness centre; bicycle storage; and end-of-trip facilities.

T3 Sterling Road will implement technologies that reduce the risk of respiratory virus transmission throughout the workplace while meeting the highest post-COVID health and safety standards.

In addition to targeting LEED and WELL certifications, the property will have one acre of green space and a private park co-programmed with the nearby Museum of Contemporary Art.

T3 Sterling Road has a WiredScore Gold certification and will include 5G capacity and advanced building systems.

While no space has been pre-leased to this point, Cushman & Wakefield has been retained and is talking to potential tenants. T3 Sterling Road is targeting knowledge industries such as technology, advertising, media and professional services, with independent retail on the ground floors.

Is there any information on whether these buildings will cater towards one or two large companies (ie. 'flagship' tenants), or whether they're meant for a large number of smaller tenants?

I was looking up the various other T3 locations ( but couldn't find much info on what kind of companies are actually leasing space in them.
They'll take whomever wants to lease from them at the agreed rate. Currently, there are yet no leases in the building.