Architecture in Fort Worth

 

 

 

 

Chase Bank Building

420 Throckmorton St. - 2002

Formerly Bank One Building

 

This Sundance Square facility, designed by David M. Schwarz and HKS, Inc., features 207,600 square feet of office space with floor plates of 15,510 square feet. The General Contractor was Linbeck Construction Company. The office levels feature floor to ceiling heights of 14 feet and the building is 12 stories. Included in the project is 20,100 square feet of retail/restaurant space on the ground floor. Behind the building with entrances on 3rd and 4th streets is a parking garage with 766 spaces. The garge is called the 3rd Street Garage. The anchor tenant of the building is Chase Bank. The bank occupies a total of 65,000 square feet within the building. Their lease is divided into one of the retail spaces on the ground floor, a safe deposit area, and four floors of office space above the ground floor. P.F. Chang's China Bistro and Taverna are the restaurant anchors in the building, taking each corner along Throckmorton Street.  Along 3rd Street, inside the parking garage is Piranha Sushi.

The design of the structure features red brick with cast stone trim on the office tower, which will be compatible with Sundance West, diagonally across the street. Adding variety to the facade are patterns in four different colors of brick, with horizontal and vertical accents. Windows in the project are operable for fresh air. The parking garage, has a retro Art Deco look on the 3rd Street side with a large neon sign to mark the entrance. The parking garage is called the 3rd Street Garage. The building rises 195 feet above the ground at the main entrance. It was topped out on December 11, 2001 and opened on March 18, 2002.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


2012 Photograph:
Chase Bank Bldg. from NE

Chase Bank Bldg. from SE

Parking Sign