Katy Depot

Katy Depot

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JLL announced Feb. 6 it will market and sell the historic Katy Depot, located at 321 E Broadway Avenue in Fort Worth. The Katy Depot is a 23,418-square-foot, mixed-use asset.

JLL Executive Vice President Ryan Matthews and Vice President Joel St. John are leading the sales effort on behalf of ownership.

“North Texas is in in the middle of unprecedented growth and Fort Worth has seen its share of investor interest with some of the more well-known and prominent assets changing hands,” said Matthews. “Katy Depot provides a unique historic offering near one of the most vibrant areas of our city; an exceptional opportunity for the right developer or owner occupier looking for creative space.”

The Katy Depot was first designed and constructed as a freight depot in 1909 for the MKT Railroad out of Junction City, Kansas. It is located two blocks from the new South Main Corridor and directly across the street from the Bowery at Southside, which is under construction and set for delivery in spring of 2019. Nearby employers are UT Southwestern, Cook Children’s Healthcare System, Texas Health Resources, Medical City Healthcare and the Williamson-Dickie Headquarters

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