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Tarrant County acquires land east of courthouse for future use

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Weitzman has negotiated the sale of a prime 40,075-square-foot tract in downtown Fort Worth, located at 401 East Weatherford Street, to Tarrant County for an undisclosed price.

Eddie Liebman and Matthew Rosenfeld with Weitzman handled negotiations for the seller. Todd Burnette of JLL represented the county.

The site, with almost one acre of land and formerly used for a drive-thru motor bank for Chase Bank, occupies a full city block bordered by East Weatherford Street, North Jones Street, East Belknap Street and North Grove Street on the northern edge of Fort Worth’s Central Business District. Tarrant County officials said the property provides options for future growth. 

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