2341 N. Main rendering

2341 N. Main rendering

KRS Realty Advisors, founded by Kerby Smith, has purchased and is renovating two buildings in the historic Fort Worth Stockyards.

Once complete, the two properties will provide approximately 12,000 square feet of fully-modernized office and retail space within walking distance to one of the most unique and iconic destinations in North Texas.

Located at 2341 N. Main Street, the first property features 7,000 square feet of divisible space, ideal for use as a restaurant, café, bar or office, and has design flexibility for a drive thru or outdoor seating area.

The second facility at 111 Northwest 24th Street, situated next to the 2341 N. Main Street building, is a historic renovation and will offer 4,970 square feet in an open concept complete with mezzanine space, ample parking, and convenient access to numerous retail shops and restaurants.

2341 N. Main Street is the Leggett & Platt Building. 111 Northwest 24th Street is the old PSP Professional Services building.

“We are thrilled to be a part of the resurgence of the historic Fort Worth Stockyards, there are few places that offer such rich history while so alive and relevant today,” said Kerby Smith, principal, KRS Realty Advisors.

Stream Realty Partners’ Tyler Maner, vice president and Cullen Donohue, senior associate, are representing KRS Realty Advisors in leasing the properties.

“It’s a privilege to be a part of an exciting project near the heart of the Stockyards,” said Tyler Maner. “We look forward to seeing how these properties come together to experience a rebirth in one of the most trafficked areas in Fort Worth.”

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