Dallas firm is now leasing one of downtown Fort Worth’s largest offices

Dallas-based commercial real estate company Stream Realty Partners is leasing one of the largest office projects in downtown Fort Worth.

The two-tower City Tower complex includes more than 500,000 square feet of office space near the landmark Sundance Square in Fort Worth.

The Spire Realty Group owns the property.

“City Place is a special asset to us and a huge part of the history of downtown Fort Worth,” said Jordyn Allen of Spire Realty in a prepared statement. “Spire is excited to partner with Stream to bring City Place to life as one of the only true Class A office projects in downtown Fort Worth.”

The two 19-story office towers were used as the headquarters of Tandy Corp. in the 1970s. built and originally included a downtown mall.

The towers were rebuilt in 2008 and 2015.

“With its many on-site amenities and unmatched accessibility to downtown Fort Worth, City Place offers tenants a premier office experience,” said Cullen Donohue, Stream Senior Associate, in a prepared statement. “Throughout 2020 and despite the pandemic, we continued to see a flight to the quality of office tenants.”

The largest block of empty offices in the buildings is 28,000 square meters of contiguous space.

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