777 Main Street building back on the market


777 Main St.

Photo by Alyson Peyton Perkins

A. Lee Graham

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The 777 Main St. building is back on the market only a year after Cousins Properties Inc. purchased the former Carter Burgess Plaza in downtown Fort Worth.

The 40-story structure, Fort Worth’s third-tallest skyscraper, was listed for sale on Sept. 15, according to Xceligent Inc., an online real-estate information resource.

Cousins 777 Main Street LLC, the property’s owner of record, acquired the building on Sept. 5, 2013 as one of 11 office buildings that Cousins bought in a $1.1 billion cash deal. 777 Main offers 954,895 square feet of Class A office space and houses the Petroleum Club of Fort Worth, Grace restaurant, Devon Energy Corp., FTS International Inc., Halliburton Services and Winstead PC among its tenants.

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The property’s assessed value for 2014 is $120,140,449, up from $110,429,167 the prior year, according to Tarrant Appraisal District information.