New Fort Worth Office Building Will Feature First Fully Automated Parking Garage

Developers say Triune Centre's robotic vehicle handling system will be the first for an office building in the nation. The garage will work via the property's proprietary app.

Triune Centre automated parking

Development plans have been revealed for a new Class A office building in Fort Worth that developers said will be the first office development in the nation to feature a fully-automated robotic parking garage.

Called Triune Centre, the development was announced by Fort Worth-based Cornerstone Projects Group, a real estate investment development, architecture, and construction company; Trident Structures, a Fort Worth total-solutions engineering, procurement and construction company, and Stream Realty Partners, a full-service national real estate investment, development, and services company.

The six-floor, 30,000-square-foot cutting-edge office development sits at the convergence of Interstate 30, Montgomery Street, and Chisholm Trail Parkway in Fort Worth. Its fully-automated robotic, palleted vehicle handling system will offer a valet-style parking service that allows for the convenience of curbside delivery of vehicles, ordered through the property’s proprietary app.

According to developers, the automated parking garage provides Triune Centre with an efficient parking solution for tenants and allows the development to accommodate more usable square feet into the office building.

Triune Centre automated parking

Triune Center will include a fully automated parking garage, shown left. [Image: Courtesy Stream Realty]

Trident Structures President Ben Trantham said Triune Centre, and its state-of-the-art valet parking system, will offer future tenants unrivaled convenience and flexibility.

Triune Centre will have 5,000-square-foot floor plates. Tenants are able to lease a full floor, with the design flexibility to include collaborative workspaces and interior offices. All floors will feature expansive glass windows to provide plenty of natural light and what developers call a spectacular view of Fort Worth.

“Triune Centre integrates access and technology to provide tenants with a unique office space,” Nolan Bradshaw, president and owner of Cornerstone Projects Group, said in a statement.

Triune Centre is in close proximity to the Arlington Heights, Tanglewood, and University Park neighborhoods of Fort Worth, close to some of the area’s most coveted retail and restaurants. Developers said that within five miles, nearly 118,000 people make up the available labor pool for professional services.

“Triune Centre is set to enter the Fort Worth office market as an immediate leader during a time of substantial demand,”“With its one-of-a-kind design features, premium amenities, and access to a highly capable labor pool, our team is confident this property will attract many prominent tenants throughout Fort Worth,” said Cullen Donohue, senior associate of Stream’s Fort Worth office.

Donohue, along with Seth Koschak and Vic Meyer of Stream’s Fort Worth team, will lease the property on behalf of Cornerstone Projects Group.

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