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Luxurious Class A Office Space in the Heart of Downtown Fort Worth

The Bank of America Tower and Wells Fargo Tower overlooking downtown are purposefully positioned to make City Center Fort Worth an exceptional place for business.

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We need sequences of space which give a sense of anticipation, which beckon and impel us to rush forward.

– Paul Rudolph

Architect of
City Center Fort Worth

Inspiring Views

Change in Perspective

The elevated views surmounting Fort Worth provide a unique overlook–spurring ideation and promoting success.

Northern View: Fort Worth Courthouse Southern View: Sundance Square Plaza

PUTTING YOUR NEEDS FRONT AND CENTER

Meet two key members of City Center Fort Worth management team.

AWARD-WINNING LEADERSHIP

President and CEO Johnny Campbell has a reputation for delivering visionary leadership at City Center and throughout the community. He guides a talented, experienced management team that delivers superb service in every facet of operations.

THE PERFECT MATCH

Robert Gamblin, Director of Leasing, has helped hundreds of organizations find ideal office spaces. He’ll develop an in-depth understanding of your unique requirements, then offer recommendations that meet and exceed your expectations.

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What's the Buzz

City Center has new neighbors! We’re proud to take part in the movement for a more eco-conscious city by installing a beehive on The Grill’s patio in City Club! Our beehive will be home to thousands of bees. Our new colleagues are pollinating the urban flora that surrounds us this summer. At the end of the season, we’ll harvest their honey and share it with our community.

What about stings, you ask? No need to fret! Bees really aren’t interested in human beings. They have one goal, and one goal only: to collect nectar and pollen from flowers within a 3-mile radius of their hive and bring it back to ensure the colony’s development.

Plus, bees die when they sting. It causes them to lose their stinger and a part of their abdomen - meaning they really have no interest in doing so, unless they feel their colonys threatened.

Our project is in collaboration with Alvéole, a social beekeeping company that has been around since 2013. They have partnered with hundreds of schools and companies like ours on beekeeping projects. Each hive creates greater ecological awareness, allowing city dwellers to reconnect with nature and adjust their sense of responsibility towards the environment. This season, we will discover the ties that bind us to bees and the flora and fauna that surround us, right here in the city.

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