A Dallas commercial property firm is not at the helm of Fort Worth’s tallest skyscraper.
The 40-story Burnett Plaza was built in 1983 with more than 1 million square feet.
Last year the landmark high-rise was acquired by an affiliate of Manhattan-based Opal Holdings.
The tower sold for $137.5 million.
TXRE Properties of Dallas is now handling the leasing and management services for Burnett Plaza.
The office tower was more than 80% leased when it sold in April 2021.
Major tenants in Burnett Plaza include Americredit, Freese and Nichols and Basic Energy Services.
“TXRE has increased their footprint year over year and makes a splash with the new million square foot plus assignment,” the company said in a an announcement of the new project.
TXRE’s Justin Smith, Kolby Dickerson and Sam Davis are handling Burnett Plaza leasing.
TXRE recently sold some of its office holdings in Dallas’ Stemmons Freeway corridor.
Founded in 2004, TXRE represents more than 7 million square feet of commercial real estate in Dallas-Fort Worth.