Architecture in Fort Worth

Cantey Hanger Plaza

600 W. 6th St. - 2008


This four story building was designed for the offices of Cantey Hanger L.L.P.  Cantey Hanger is the second oldest law firm in the State of Texas, and it was founded in 1882.  The building is 86,300 square feet and is connected to the Bank of America Parking Garage by a sky bridge.  It was designed by the Fort Worth architectural firm of Gideon Toal, now Bennett Benner Pettit.  Precast concrete panels were used to delineate the columns and beams of the building.  This design style matches the companion 500 West 7th Street and Burnett Plaza.