Radio Shack Headquarters

In 2001 Radio Shack bought the former Ripley Arnold public housing complex in Downtown Fort Worth for $20 million. The company razed the complex and had a 900,000 square feet (84,000 m2) corporate headquarters campus built after the City of Fort Worth approved a 30-year economic agreement to ensure that the company stayed in Fort Worth. The company sold the building and, as of 2009, had two years left of a rent-free lease in the building. The company intended to make $66.8 million in the deal with the city. By 2009 it made $4 million; by 2009 the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported that the company was considering a new site for its headquarters.[citation needed] The Tampa Bay Business Journal reported that rumors spread among Tampa Bay Area real estate brokers and developers that RadioShack may select Tampa as the site of its headquarters.[24]

In 2010, however, RadioShack announced efforts to remain at their current site
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