777 Main


  • 777 Main
    777 Main
  • 777 Main at Night Taken in 2013
    777 Main at Night Taken in 2013


Carter+Burgess Plaza
UPR Plaza
Continental Plaza


This 40 story building (525 feet) was designed by the Dallas Architectural firm of Jarvis, Putty, Jarvis. The Jarvis Brothers were from a prominent early Fort Worth family. See Jarvis Building. The building is Fort Worth's third tallest. It opened on July 6, 1982. One of the unique features of the structure is that the tower of the building is turned on a 45 degree angle. It also features a number of setbacks to allow light down to the street, similar to buildings in New York City. In order to construct the green glass skyscraper, two of Fort Worth's landmarks were demolished in 1978. They were the "Art Deco" Aviation Building (1930), original headquarters of American Airlines, and the Palace Theater (1908). Originally, this building was constructed as the home of the Continental National Bank. UMB Bank now occupies the ground floor. The skyscraper has 1,000,000 square feet of office space and is home of The Petroleum Club of Fort Worth, and Grace. NBC 5-KXAS TV and CBS 11-KTVT have cameras located on top of the building to provide views of the city during their newscasts. The skyscraper is connected by overhead walkways to the Hilton Fort Worth Hotel and to a parking garage.


Photographs from the Architecture in Fort Worth Archives:
Top of Aviation Building in 1978
Trans American Life Neon Sign in 1978
Aviation Building Entry in 1978


Historic Phographs from UTA Library's Digital Galleries:
Aviation Building in 1945
South Elevation of the Aviation Building in 1945


Architectural Style:

Jarvis, Putty, Jarvis, Dallas

HCB, Dallas

Office Building