Comings and Goings

From coworking spaces to insurance companies, the office market has been busy in Fort Worth.

Sundance Square Tower 2 is getting a new name. Bank of America will be leasing three full floors of office space in the tower sometime mid-year, according to Sundance Square – thus renaming the building “Bank of America Tower.” The 68,000-square-foot space will house 180 employees, as well as a 4,000-square-foot financial center on the ground floor, which is expected to be built in 2018. Merrill Lynch, which currently offices in Sundance Square Tower 1, is also expected to move into the Bank of America Tower. The 38-floor building was built in 1984 and is located at 301 Commerce St.

Carlisle Title has arrived in Cowtown. The Dallas-based title insurance company opened its first Fort Worth branch at 2800 South Hulen St., Suite 201, in January. The office specializes in residential, commercial, lender and bank title and closing services. Branch manager Chris Howard and attorney and TCU alumna Sharon Fulgham will lead the Fort Worth location. “We are excited to be in Fort Worth – a vibrant, big city with a small-town feel and wonderful people,” Carlisle Title president Buzz McCray said in a statement.

Coworking spaces with coffee shops are becoming a thing in Fort Worth, with Roots Coffeehouse, Criterion CoWorking and Craftwork Coffee Co. making moves. Both Roots Coffeehouse and Criterion CoWorking will occupy a two-story space at the 400 block of Bryan Avenue in the South Main Urban Village, and construction is set to start in the spring. Another coworking space, Craftwork Coffee Co., is expected to open a second location at 1121 West Magnolia Ave. this spring. All Craftwork members, including those who use the 4731 Camp Bowie Blvd. location, will be able to use the features at the Magnolia location, such as a 36-seat coffee shop, two call booths and a conference room.