Billionaire developer has $250 million plan for Fort Worth’s Cultural District

Fort Worth Star-Telegram
FEBRUARY 23, 2021 06:00 AM

John Goff made his fortune in real estate and now he’s taking a bet on Fort Worth with a $250 million Cultural District development he hopes will become the city’s “living room.”

Goff, the billionaire who sold his Crescent Real Estate for $6.5 billion in 2007 just before the financial crash and then bought it back at a discount about 10 years later, plans to move all of his ventures to a high-end office and hotel development at Camp Bowie and Van Cliburn Way. The project could bring more than 700 employees and luxury living to the heart of Fort Worth’s Cultural District.

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