JLL Negotiates Sale of 23,413 SF Former Freight Depot Building in Fort Worth


The building that formerly served as the Katy Depot in Fort Worth totals 23,413 square feet.

FORT WORTH, TEXAS — JLL has negotiated the sale of the 23,413-square-foot former Katy Depot located near downtown Fort Worth. The property was originally built in 1909 as a freight depot for the Katy Railroad, which connected Missouri, Texas and Kansas. The building served as a builder’s supply house from 1996 until the seller, Besco Supply, a family-owned masonry and building supply company, relocated to larger facility last year. Joel St. John and Ryan Matthews of JLL represented Besco in the sale. Todd Hubbard of NAI Robert Lynn represented the buyer, a medical supply company that plans to renovate the building. Plains Capital Bank provided acquisition financing for the deal. The sales price was not disclosed.

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