RECENT HAMILTON + BAILEY PRESS
Soon to be redeveloped as class-A boutique office, 464 Bailey Ave., the largest office project in the area since the 130,000-square-foot Regions Bank Building was constructed in 2016, is already 50% preleased. Soon to be redeveloped as a class-A boutique office, 464 Bailey Ave. is the largest office project in the area since the 130,000-square-foot Regions Bank Building was constructed in 2016. 464 Bailey was originally designed by Fort Worth architect Preston Geren and built by Byrne Construction in 1954.
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A major building in the Cultural District originally designed by a legendary Fort Worth architect is being upgraded and expanded. JLL announced March 20 the firm has been retained as the exclusive leasing partner for 300 Bailey and 464 Bailey located in the Cultural District of Fort Worth. JLL’s Matt Montague and Alec Whitman are leading the marketing and leasing efforts for both properties on behalf of ownership group, Mereken Land & Production Co...
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An art museum in a hotel? Developer looking for site near the Kimbell
A hotel company that specializes in combining lodging and art wants to bring a 171-room boutique hotel to Fort Worth’s Cultural District. 21c Museum Hotels, a Louisville, Ky.-based company that offers both art galleries and high-end dining in its hotels, will invest about $70 million into a vacant lot at the northwest corner of Camp Bowie and Van Cliburn Way.
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