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Fort Worth team will make iconic move to 777 Main Street in 2018






777 Main Street in Downtown Fort WorthOur Texas team has signed a 10-year lease for nearly 20,000 square feet at the 777 Main Street in downtown Fort Worth.

We will have 12,000-square-feet of office space on the fifth floor, a newly remodeled 7,000-square feet space in the lobby and exterior signage on the building.

“Since entering the Texas market four years ago, and with our recent acquisition of Meridian Bank, UMB Bank’s growth in this region has been off the charts,” said Cliff Keiser, president of UMB Bank’s Fort Worth operations and commercial banking team. “As we continue to build relationships in the corporate sector and expand our services, it seems only fitting that we showcase our commitment to Fort worth with a long-term lease at one of the city’s most iconic buildings.”

Check out articles on 777 Main Street in Downtown Fort Worth in the Dallas Business Journal and Fort Worth Business Press for more details on this exciting expansion.

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