Lockheed Martin Recreation Association has selected Transwestern to help it sell nearly 80 acres of land in southwest Fort Worth. The tract, at 3400 Bryant Irvin Road, is being marketed as a site for a mixed-use development that would provide retail, office, and residential space.
The land is bordered by the Trinity River on the north and west sides, Bryant Irvin Road on the east, and the city of Benbrook on the south. Across Bryant Irvin, redevelopment is under way on the 850-acre Edwards Ranch, will will feature high-end residential lots, an urban village, and office space.
Kirk Kelly, Kyle Poulson, and Jack Huff of Transwestern’s Fort Worth office will head up sales efforts.
According to a news release, LMRA was formed in the late 1940s to provide recreational facilities and leisure activities for Consolidated Vultee Corp. or Convair.