Fort Worth’s tallest skyscraper is up for grabs

One of Fort Worth’s tallest skyscrapers – the 40-story Burnett Plaza – is in the market.

The more than 1 million square meter high-rise office building, built in 1983, is 84% ​​let to major tenants such as Americredit, Freese and Nichols and Basic Energy Services.

Commercial real estate company Jones Lang LaSalle is marketing the Fort Worth Tower landmark for sale.

“The Burnett Plaza is the tallest building in Fort Worth and makes the property a truly iconic tower with a prestigious address,” said JLL in his sales pitch. “In addition, the offering includes 1.38 acre development site adjacent to Burnett Plaza.”

JLL’s Jack Crews and Todd Savage endeavor to sell the big tower.

Burnett Plaza is the latest addition to a growing number of commercial properties entering the market in North Texas. After a sales slowdown at the beginning of the pandemic, more and more investors have decided to sell their properties.

Burnett Plaza is 84% ​​let.(JLL)

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