Fort Worth, TX 76104 – July 2023   1000 Harding Street represents the largest contiguous infill redevelopment opportunity in downtown Fort Worth, perfectly positioned within the shadows of the fastest-growing city in the country. The +\- 4.6-acre property includes two flex-industrial buildings totaling approximately 31,000 square feet.

Downtown Fort Worth announced over $2.3 billion worth of new development. Three of the most notable projects, Texas A&M’s new Fort Worth campus, the planned $700 million Fort Worth Convention Center expansion, and the redevelopment of Butler Place, are all located near 1000 Harding.

Much of the property is zoned “H” (Central Business), a favorable designation that carries no cap on height or density, perfect for high-rise or mixed-use development. The large industrial building is zoned light industrial, which allows a wide range of uses and potential cash flow for future owners.

“With the recent Texas A&M groundbreaking, pending expansion of the convention center, and the redevelopment of Butler Place all happening within a half-mile radius of this site, 1000 Harding is truly in the center of it all and has quickly become one of the most intriguing urban infill sites in Texas.”, says Darren Cain of LanCarte Commercial. “These new developments, along with the future high-speed rail plans and the favorable in-place zoning, are key catalysts for a truly unique redevelopment opportunity.”

Benjamin Brown and Darren Cain of LanCarte Commercial represent the owner.

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