Bank signs lease for new office building in Fort Worth
Vantage Bank Texas has signed a 15,000-square-foot lease for the Triune Center, a six-story, 30,000-square-foot Class A office building in Fort Worth.
The Triune Center at 3400 West Freeway has a fully automated valet parking system. Cornerstone Projects Group, a development, architecture and construction company, and Trident Structures, a total solutions, procurement and construction company, are partners in office development. Construction work will begin in the second quarter and the building is expected to be delivered in summer 2022.
“We’re excited to launch this project and welcome Vantage Bank to the most innovative building in Fort Worth – a building that combines access and technology with cutting-edge design features to create a unique workplace for its employees and customers,” said Nolan Bradshaw , President and Owner of Cornerstone Projects Group.
The Triune Center, which is already 50% let, has 5,000 square feet of floor slabs and offers tenants the option of renting a full floor with design flexibility to include collaborative workspaces and indoor offices. All floors have large glass windows that allow natural light and spectacular views of Fort Worth. In addition, the tower-type palletized vehicle handling system is a fully automatic mechanical parking system that replaces a conventional parking field. Valet style
The valet service enables the convenient delivery of a vehicle to the roadside, which is ordered directly from his desk via the property’s own app.
“We look forward to calling the Triune Center home for our Fort Worth team. Vantage Bank is focused on raising the bar to help our clients achieve financial success – and we love that this building raises the bar for office development, ”said Jeff Sinnott, President and CEO of Vantage Bank.
Although office development in Fort Worth has slowed since 2018, trends suggest that this is gradually changing. Four office projects with a total area of over 365,500 square meters are currently under construction west of DFW Airport, including the new 160,000 square meter development by Crescent announced in March.
“In the past few years, Fort Worth has seen a significant change in the marketplace as employers seek to provide their talented and trained employees with a dynamic work environment that offers unique amenities and innovative technological features,” said Cullen Donohue, senior associate at Stream’s Fort Worth office . “Triune Center will emerge as a natural leader and we anticipate it will quickly attract many prominent tenants across Fort Worth.”
Donohue, Seth Koschak, managing director and partner, Chris Doggett, executive vice president, and Vic Meyer, associate, with Stream represented the landlord, and Theron Bryant with Transwestern represented Vantage Bank Texas on the transaction.
More information about Triune can be found here.