This 12-acre property across from Fort Worth’s planned Panther Island is for sale
See full Fort Worth Star-Telegram article by Jess Hardin here.
Nearly 12 acres of largely undeveloped land north of downtown Fort Worth is for sale.
Transwestern Real Estate Services is marketing the site at 1000 N. Henderson St. on behalf of the undisclosed owner for an undisclosed price.
The property is valued at $3,640,000 and owned by SBG Bailey LLC, according to Tarrant County tax records.
The property, known as Half Isle, is zoned to allow for 288 feet of building height. It offers developers the flexibility to build for most residential, commercial and industrial uses.
Half Isle is across from the planned Panther Island and includes the Henderson Street Flea Market, which will transfer with the property, according to a release from Transwestern.
“The site’s location directly north of downtown and across the future river channel from the main island project makes this a great opportunity now, regardless of the schedule of the river bypass channel,” said Transwestern’s Casey Tounget.
The Panther Island project, as envisioned, includes a 1.5-mile bypass channel. Funding has not yet been secured for the channel digging project.
In April, LanCarte Commercial announced that 26 acres, mostly on the east side of North Main Street, was hitting the market.