Tony Landrum is president of TLC Urban, the Fort Worth-based real estate firm responsible for the development of The Tower and the Chase Bank Building (in conjunction with Sundance Square). This ambitious adaptive reuse of the old Bank One Tower took a building that at the time of its construction was Fort Worth’s first downtown skyscraper, and transformed it into one of the first mixed-use high-rise developments in Texas and the tallest residential community in Tarrant County.
Landrum will serve as co-developer with JaGee President Richard Garvey, and will be responsible for all aspects of the project, including financing and the hiring of general contractors.
Mr. Landrum has more than 20 years’ experience in corporate and commercial real estate as a developer and a real estate investment banker. He has helped corporations and private owners of large office complexes and portfolios enhance the value of their properties through development, management and financing.
Over the course of his career, Mr. Landrum has been involved in urban projects with a total value of more than $550 million, and has completed more than $1 billion in real estate financings and $1.2 billion of real estate sales. Among the most significant of the projects in which he has been involved are:
- The Tower – Fort Worth, Texas
- Chase Bank Building – Fort Worth, Texas
- Plaza of the Americas – Dallas, Texas
- First Interstate Tower – Dallas, Texas
- Thanksgiving Tower – Dallas, Texas
- Greenway Plaza – Houston, Texas
- Houston Design Center – Houston, Texas
- Boston Design Center – Boston, Massachusetts
A graduate of the University of North Texas, Mr. Landrum also earned a master of business degree in finance from Southern Methodist University. He is a certified public accountant and a Texas real estate broker.