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Fort Worth City Hall

CATEGORY: Parks/Public Space


100 Energy Way
Fort Worth, TX 76102

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The city closed on the purchase of the former Pier 1 Imports headquarters building, at 100 Energy Way on January 27, 2021. The purchase price was $69.5 million, and renovations will bring the total estimated project budget to $100 million. Renovations will include constructing new public meeting spaces and reconfiguring offices. The cost of purchasing and renovating the tower will save the City of Fort Worth, including taxpayers, over $100 million  compared to the initial plan to build a new City Hall. The purchase will also allow the City to move into the building sooner compared to the initial 2028 projection.    

The City plans to occupy the vacant space ~ 260,000 square feet within the 20-story property, which overlooks the Trinity River and is located to downtown Fort Worth and West Seventh Street. Existing tenants will remain in place, with additional plans to relocate the Fort Worth City Hall into the building in 2022.  

An interdepartmental steering team of city employees will guide visioning, programming and transition for the new City Hall, current City Hall and several other city-owned and leased buildings in Downtown and Near Southside.

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