About the Building
Many businesses want to locate their offices on Sundance Square Plaza, evidenced by the brisk leasing activity for The Westbrook. Named after the historic Westbrook Hotel, which once occupied this site, the Class A building stands six stories tall and encompasses 93,000 square feet – including 12,393 square feet of retail space fronting Houston, Third, and Fourth Streets. Its most prominent feature is the iconic clock tower that faces Sundance Square Plaza.
The façade includes a handsome mix of granite, limestone, brick, and decorative aluminum, taking inspiration from several historic downtown buildings like the Blackstone Hotel and the Western Union Building. The unique, stepped design creates outdoor terraces for upper-floor offices. Inside, The Westbrook provide all the amenities you need for maximum productivity and efficiency.
The base of the building on the Plaza side features a permanent stage for concerts, events, and movies. Retail tenants are the ground floor are Starbucks Coffee, Taco Diner, and White House Black Market.
- Premium, Class A office space
- Located on Sundance Square Plaza
- LEED certified
- Wonderful restaurants, entertainment, shopping, and night life only steps from your office
- Private security force patrolling the area 24/7 – plus state-of-the-art electronic monitoring
- Many custom interiors available, offering the look and feel you want
- Unmatched service by professional management company with decades of experience with Class A and B office space
The Westbrook Hotel, which opened in 1910, was one of the grandest in the history of Fort Worth. During the oil boom of the early 1900s, the hotel lobby was the center of the action for wildcatters and speculators. The centerpiece of the magnificent lobby was The Golden Goddess, a large gold statue of a woman holding a torch over her head. Superstitious oilmen often rubbed the statue, thinking it would bring them luck in the oil fields. The hotel was imploded in 1978.