Fort Worth, TX
Size: 1,025,000 square feet
Year Built: 1983
Towering 567 feet above downtown Fort Worth, Burnett Plaza has been a dominant feature of the city skyline since 1983. This 40-story building is located on the west side of the city’s Central Business District, offering more than one million square feet of Class A rentable space. Overlooking historic Burnett Park – Fort Worth’s largest urban greenbelt – and beautifully showcased through 18 feet of clear glass along the east side of the main lobby, the building’s monolithic architecture encompasses two city blocks. The lobby atrium features flame-cut granite which also defines the building’s exterior walkways; 15’ bronze doors define its entrances. A concourse-level pedestrian tunnel offers tenant access to restaurant and retail shops and parking garage.
Located near Interstate 30 and the Trinity Railway Express, Burnett Plaza offers convenient access to Sundance Square, the Fort Worth Convention Center, several five star hotels, the Kimbell Art Museum and the Fort Worth Stockyards.
Burnett Plaza, certified LEED® Silver - Existing Building Operations and Maintenance by the U.S. Green Building Council® and has earned the ENERGY STAR® rating from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for adherence to prudent energy management standards and use of environmentally friendly technology. The building has the BOMA 360 designation, the industry’s top recognition for outstanding commercial building performance from the Building Owners and Managers Association and most recently received the prestigious international TOBY Award as The Outstanding Building of the Year by Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA). Local BOMA chapters hold their own competition for the TOBY award. Local winners advance to regional, and then international, competition. Burnett Plaza prevailed against finalists from New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Montreal, Minneapolis and Charlotte to take home the top prize in the category of buildings with more than one million square feet.