Landmark Fort Worth building up for grabs
A Fort Worth landmark has hit the market.
The centuries-old office building at 110 West 7th in downtown Fort Worth was renovated in 2005 by owner XTO Energy.
Now, the more than 100,000-square-foot landmark is being offered for sale by commercial real estate company JLL.
“As more employees decide to return to the office, this building is a great place to own and occupy and will help increase leasing activity this year,” JLL’s Ryan Matthews said in a statement. “The building is also a good candidate for other development opportunities in the residential and hospitality sector.”
XTO Energy has moved much of its operations to Houston. In 2010 the company was bought by Exxon Mobil.
The oil and gas company has already sold six properties in downtown Fort Worth, including the historic Petroleum Building, the WT Wagoner Building, the Binyon-O’Keefe Building, and the former Swift & Co. Building in the Fort Worth Stockyards. JLL handled these sales too.
The 11-story building is more than 100,000 square feet.(Elias Mohammed)