Fort Worth’s buzzy Crockett Row at West 7th gets new Dallas owner

Buzzy Crockett Row at West 7th, the mixed-use middle west of downtown Fort Worth, has a new boss.

According to a launch, the five-block, mixed-use, city village at 816 Foch St. was acquired by Younger Partner Investments, a Dallas-based firm who purchased it from earlier owner The Carlyle Group; JLL represented the vendor.

Developed in 2009, Crockett Row at West 7th has developed into an leisure middle, serving residents close by, the Downtown Fort Worth District, Fort Worth’s Cultural District, and college students at Texas Christian University.

Tenants embody Movie Tavern, LA Fitness, Common Desk, Mash’d, Social House, and Concrete Cowboy.

Located at the southeast nook of University Drive and West 7th Street, the property is a part of the bigger West 7th growth, which incorporates 2,700 multi-housing models, 1.2 million sq. toes of workplace, and 1.1 million sq. toes of meals and leisure inside strolling distance.

The middle can also be close to the prosperous Westover Hills and Rivercrest neighborhoods and is surrounded by iconic locations similar to Sundance Square and Museum Mall.

A spokesperson from Younger Partners Investments says in a press release that Crockett Row was a goal funding due to its sturdy supporting demographic and iconic location within the Cultural District.

Younger is a business actual property agency offering funding, leasing, and administration providers to buyers and tenants in Dallas-Fort Worth.

Their plans embody including gathering areas, including parking expertise to assist find open areas, including elevators, and enhancing signage and branding.

West 7th has a lot of upcoming developments together with Crescent-Fort Worth, which can add 200 resort rooms, 170,000 sq. toes of workplace house, and 17 multifamily models inside a block; and the Van Zandt growth, with 147 multifamily models, 100,000 sq. toes of workplace and 11,000 sq. toes of retail.

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