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Mr. Michael Bennett J.

Chief Executive Officer

Bennett Benner Partners

HQ Phone: (817) 335-4991

Email: m***@***.com

Bennett Benner Partners

500 West 7Th Street Suite 1400

Fort Worth, Texas 76102

United States

Company Description

Bennett Benner Pettit is a multidisciplinary design firm, offering architecture, urban design and planning, economic development, interior design, and landscape architecture. Our objective is to create projects that make a positive difference in the envir... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Principal and Chief Executive Officer
Gideon Toal , Inc.

Certified Home Inspector, Owner
Inspector Bennett Home Inspections

Manager
Champps Entertainment Inc.

Affiliations

Board Member
Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce

Associate Member
The National Association of Home Inspectors , Inc.

Education

bachelor's degree
architecture
North Carolina State University

Web References (77 Total References)


The 25-story tower at 640 Taylor ...

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The 25-story tower at 640 Taylor St. will revitalize the west side of downtown, according to Michael Bennett of Bennett Benner Partners, designers of the building.

The site, currently a parking lot, is part of a trend to get rid of surface parking lots in downtown areas, he said. The new skyscraper will include a parking garage with spaces for the Fort Worth Club and Morningstar Partners, which owns the former Star-Telegram complex at 400 W. Seventh St., adjacent to the site. The building will have 258,900 gross square feet of office space and 45,800 gross square feet of amenity floors.
In addition, Bennett noted that the building will bring new energy to the west side of downtown, much like that currently seen in Sundance Square.
The 12th floor, he said, will have an outdoor cafe and the 13th floor will have several high-tech meeting facilities for use by Fort Worth companies and residents. That will invite interaction with people beyond the building's tenants, Bennett said.
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It will be the seventh-tallest building in Fort Worth and Bennett said he expects it to become a downtown landmark.


Leadership Wall | Fort Worth Chamber | Chamber of Commerce

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Michael Bennett

Bennett Benner Pettit Architects + Planners


Kacie Kell | David Pettit Economic Development

www.dpedllc.com [cached]

The 25-story at 640 Taylor St. will revitalize the east side of downtown, according to Michael Bennett of Bennett Benner Partners, designers of the building.

The site, currently a parking lot, is part of a trend to get rid of surface parking lots in downtown areas, he said. The new skyscraper will include a parking garage with spaces for the Fort Worth Club and Morningstar Partners, which owns the former Star-Telegram complex at 400 W. Seventh St., adjacent to the site. The building will have 258,900 gross square feet of office space and 45,800 gross square feet of amenity floors. In addition, Bennett noted that the building will bring new energy to the east side of downtown, much like that currently seen in Sundance Square. The 12th floor, he said, will have an outdoor cafe and the 13th floor will have several high-tech meeting facilities for use by Fort Worth companies and residents. That will invite interaction with people beyond the building's tenants, Bennett said.
...
It will be the seventh-tallest building in Fort Worth and Bennett said he expects it to become a downtown landmark.
...
Principal Michael Bennett said his team is doing their best to stay true to the original design from when the building was first constructed in 1911. While his team was unable to find the original renderings for the building, they were able to find photos by the building's original contractors, which aided in the renovation planning, he said.
To recreate the original design, Bennett said, the renovation plan includes opening existing windows that are currently closed, as well as removing parts of the building that were not part of the original structure, such as a loading dock and a portion of one of the barns.
The project will cost about $40 million and is slated to begin in early 2016, Bennett said.


Uncategorized | David Pettit Economic Development

www.dpedllc.com [cached]

The 25-story at 640 Taylor St. will revitalize the east side of downtown, according to Michael Bennett of Bennett Benner Partners, designers of the building.

The site, currently a parking lot, is part of a trend to get rid of surface parking lots in downtown areas, he said. The new skyscraper will include a parking garage with spaces for the Fort Worth Club and Morningstar Partners, which owns the former Star-Telegram complex at 400 W. Seventh St., adjacent to the site. The building will have 258,900 gross square feet of office space and 45,800 gross square feet of amenity floors. In addition, Bennett noted that the building will bring new energy to the east side of downtown, much like that currently seen in Sundance Square. The 12th floor, he said, will have an outdoor cafe and the 13th floor will have several high-tech meeting facilities for use by Fort Worth companies and residents. That will invite interaction with people beyond the building's tenants, Bennett said.
...
It will be the seventh-tallest building in Fort Worth and Bennett said he expects it to become a downtown landmark.
...
Principal Michael Bennett said his team is doing their best to stay true to the original design from when the building was first constructed in 1911. While his team was unable to find the original renderings for the building, they were able to find photos by the building's original contractors, which aided in the renovation planning, he said.
To recreate the original design, Bennett said, the renovation plan includes opening existing windows that are currently closed, as well as removing parts of the building that were not part of the original structure, such as a loading dock and a portion of one of the barns.
The project will cost about $40 million and is slated to begin in early 2016, Bennett said.


News | David Pettit Economic Development

www.dpedllc.com [cached]

The 25-story at 640 Taylor St. will revitalize the east side of downtown, according to Michael Bennett of Bennett Benner Partners, designers of the building.

The site, currently a parking lot, is part of a trend to get rid of surface parking lots in downtown areas, he said. The new skyscraper will include a parking garage with spaces for the Fort Worth Club and Morningstar Partners, which owns the former Star-Telegram complex at 400 W. Seventh St., adjacent to the site. The building will have 258,900 gross square feet of office space and 45,800 gross square feet of amenity floors. In addition, Bennett noted that the building will bring new energy to the east side of downtown, much like that currently seen in Sundance Square. The 12th floor, he said, will have an outdoor cafe and the 13th floor will have several high-tech meeting facilities for use by Fort Worth companies and residents. That will invite interaction with people beyond the building's tenants, Bennett said.
...
It will be the seventh-tallest building in Fort Worth and Bennett said he expects it to become a downtown landmark.
...
Principal Michael Bennett said his team is doing their best to stay true to the original design from when the building was first constructed in 1911. While his team was unable to find the original renderings for the building, they were able to find photos by the building's original contractors, which aided in the renovation planning, he said.
To recreate the original design, Bennett said, the renovation plan includes opening existing windows that are currently closed, as well as removing parts of the building that were not part of the original structure, such as a loading dock and a portion of one of the barns.
The project will cost about $40 million and is slated to begin in early 2016, Bennett said.

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