Ernst & Young has leased the top, sixth floor of The Westbrook building on the west end of Sundance Square Plaza in downtown Fort Worth.
The 8,600-square-foot lease pushed occupancy in the newly opened building at Third and Houston streets to 60 percent. Ernst & Young will also have access to 1,900 square feet of balcony space overlooking the plaza.
The accounting and consulting firm will move from the nearby Wells Fargo Building in September.
“This is a great space with fantastic views of the new plaza, so we know Ernst & Young will be very happy in this prime location,” said Johnny Campbell, Sundance Square president.
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Robert Gamblin and Bill Booker represented Sundance Square. Glenn Dyke, Phil Puckett and Blake Lloyd with CBRE represented the tenant.
The Westbrook is named after the historic Westbrook Hotel, which was built in the early 1900s and closed in 1969. Starbucks moved to The Westbrook in November, and Taco Diner will open this spring.