Dallas firm is now leasing one of downtown Fort Worth’s largest offices
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Dallas-based commercial property firm Stream Realty Partners is taking over the leasing of one of downtown Fort Worth’s largest office projects.
The two-tower City Place complex includes more than 530,000 square feet of offices near Fort Worth’s landmark Sundance Square.
Spire Realty Group owns the property.
“City Place is a special asset to us and a big part of downtown Fort Worth’s history,” Spire Realty’s Jordyn Allen said in a prepared statement. “Spire is looking forward to partnering with Stream to showcase City Place as one of downtown Fort Worth’s only true Class A office projects.”
Built in the 1970s as the headquarters of Tandy Corp., the two 19-story office towers originally included a downtown shopping mall.
The towers were remodeled in 2008 and 2015.
“With its many on-site amenities and unmatched downtown Fort Worth walkability, City Place provides a best-in-class office experience for its tenants,” Cullen Donohue, senior associate at Stream, said in a prepared statement. “Throughout 2020 and in spite of the pandemic, we have continued to see a flight to quality from office tenants.”
The largest block of empty offices in the buildings is 28,000 square feet of contiguous space.
Location Mentioned: City Place