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Identification

Burnett Plaza
First United Tower
122353

Map

Structure in General

skyscraper
existing [completed]
concrete
brutalism

Usages

commercial office
restaurant mercantile

Facts

  • The north side of the plaza features the 50-foot "Man With a Briefcase" sculpture by Jonathan Borofsky, an aluminum slab with the outline of a giant businessman cut out of the center.
  • The building stands at the western end of a block-size plaza with extensive landscaping arranged in a dense pattern criss-crossed by diagonals.
  • A cluster of elevator shafts is exposed on the west facade, each shaft stopping at a different height.
  • The Medical Arts Building was demolished to make way for this building.
  • Tallest and largest office tower in Fort Worth.

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Location

801 Cherry Street
600-698 West 10th Street, 601-699 West 7th Street
801 Cherry Street
76102
Fort Worth
Texas
U.S.A.

Technical Data

567.30 ft
567.30 ft
567.30 ft
40
1981
1983

Involved Companies


Halbach-Dietz Architects

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