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Fort Worth City Church purchases former union hall

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Fort Worth City Church has purchased the former meeting hall and training center of Plumbers & Steamfitters Union Local 146 in an all-cash transaction.

Built in 1952, the 8,205-square-foot structure occupies almost 0.8 acres at 2640 E. Lancaster Ave.

The single-story building features 1,800 square feet of office space, 3,000 square feet of conference space on the main floor and full basement formerly was as a training center.

The property has been on the market for about three years, drawing interest mostly from churches and nonprofits, according to Beaux Riley of Coldwell Banker Commercial Alliance DFW in a news release.

“The driving force is the location,” said Riley, who represented the seller in the transaction. Representing the buyer was Chris Taylor of Ridgeline Real Estate LLC.

Fort Worth City Church plans a structural overhaul for the facility before it becomes a ministry outreach center.

Services are held three Sundays each month at 4449 Camp Bowie Rd., a leased location, with the fourth Sunday dedicated to community outreach. Fort Worth City Church was established in April 2009 and merged with another congregation in September 2013.

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