Crockett Row News
Fort Worth's buzzy Crockett Row at West 7th gets new Dallas owner
Buzzy Crockett Row at West 7th, the mixed-use center west of downtown Fort Worth, has a new boss.
According to a release, the five-block, mixed-use, urban village at 816 Foch St. was acquired by Younger Partner Investments, a Dallas-based company who bought it from previous owner The Carlyle Group; JLL represented the seller.
Developed in 2009, Crockett Row at West 7th has evolved into an entertainment center, serving residents nearby, the Downtown Fort Worth District, Fort Worth's Cultural District, and students at Texas Christian University.
Tenants include Movie Tavern, LA Fitness, Common Desk, Mash'd, Social House, and Concrete Cowboy.
Located at the southeast corner of University Drive and West 7th Street, the property is part of the larger West 7th development, which includes 2,700 multi-housing units, 1.2 million square feet of office, and 1.1 million square feet of food and entertainment within walking distance.
The center is also near the affluent Westover Hills and Rivercrest neighborhoods and is surrounded by iconic destinations such as Sundance Square and Museum Mall.
A spokesperson from Younger Partners Investments says in a statement that Crockett Row was a target investment because of its strong supporting demographic and iconic location in the Cultural District.
Younger is a commercial real estate firm providing investment, leasing, and management services to investors and tenants in Dallas-Fort Worth.
Their plans include adding gathering spaces, adding parking technology to help locate open spaces, adding elevators, and improving signage and branding.
West 7th has a number of upcoming developments including Crescent-Fort Worth, which will add 200 hotel rooms, 170,000 square feet of office space, and 17 multifamily units within a block; and the Van Zandt development, with 147 multifamily units, 100,000 square feet of office and 11,000 square feet of retail.