Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Lockheed Martin leases space in Fort Worth office complex

Lockheed Martin leases space in Fort Worth office complex
By Steve Brown / The Dallas Morning News
September 11, 2009

Developers of a Fort Worth office complex have landed a major tenant. Lockheed Martin Corp. has leased 61,945 square feet of space from Wilcox Development in the Wilcox Plaza at Green Oaks.

The three-story office building at 7000 Calmont Avenue on Fort Worth's west side opened this summer. The space is near Lockheed Martin’s assembly plant and runway.

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