Fort Worth CC Approves Zoning for Another Luxe High Rise: The Worth

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This press release just hit my inbox, and how cool is it that the Fort Worth City Council meets at night? —


Downtown Design Review Board, DFW Inc and Trinity River Vision Authority Continue Enthusiastic Support for Residential Condo Project 

FORT WORTH, TX (April 3, 2018) The Fort Worth City Council today unanimously approved the zoning for The Worth, the downtown 30-story luxury residential condominium tower. 

The Worth, which faces W. Bluff and is bounded by N. Henderson Street, Mills Street, and W. Peach Street, will provide an iconic entrance to downtown via the new bridge to be built on Henderson. The Worth will offer unparalleled, high-rise living with sweeping generous balconies affording commanding, panoramic views of downtown Fort Worth, the Museum District, Trinity River and Panther Island, bringing new residential owner-stakeholders and a much-anticipated luxury tower to downtown Fort Worth. 

Civic supporters have emphasized that The Worth will be a welcome addition to the area, built on the edge of the Panther Island development and downtown Fort Worth adding vitality to the area.

The City Council vote follows the conceptual support by the Fort Worth Downtown Design Review Board (DDRB) on March 1 of a request by the developer, Zamco Properties LLC, for an increase in massing and form for The Worth.  

Downtown Fort Worth Inc and the Trinity River Vision Authority, which is responsible for Panther Island, continue their enthusiastic support.

“With the encouragement of Fort Worth City Council member Anne Zadeh, Andy Taft of DFW Inc and J.D. Granger of the Trinity River Vision Association, The Worth development team is ready to move forward.  This unanimous City Council vote will allow us to finalize our design plans and construction bids.  We will announce an estimated groundbreaking date in the near future,” said Robert A. Zamorano, President, Zamco Properties, LLC, developer of The Worth.

“The validation by the City Council and these important civic entities reinforces our belief that The Worth will answer the city’s demand for a luxury condominium project. It is currently the only high-rise residential project of its kind planned for Fort Worth with an exclusive location that can’t be replicated in the region,” Mr. Zamorano continued.

About The Worth

The Worth ( will offer unmatched, luxurious sky-high condominium living in downtown Fort Worth, TX. Currently being designed at GDA Architects, The Worth is envisioned as a 30-story high-rise with 138 magnificent condominium homes. The Worth site encompasses the block bounded by N. Henderson Street, W. Bluff Street, Mills Street and W. Peach Street. The premier location of The Worth will provide sweeping panoramic views of downtown Fort Worth, the Museum District, the Trinity River and Panther Island, bringing a much-anticipated luxury residential element to the developing westside of the downtown. The architecture is planned to reflect a modern transitional style with various size homes surrounded by walls of glass, spacious covered balconies offering miles of views, high ceilings, spa style master baths, and gourmet kitchens. Building amenities will include valet parking, concierge services and owners’ lounges. The 6th floor Loggia Deck will include a fitness and cardio studio, a massage and esthetician’s room, a yoga deck, an owner’s club with demonstration and service kitchen, outdoor summer kitchens, two spectacular pools, an outdoor den with fireplace, and cabanas. The Rooftop River Lounge and deck will offer unbelievable views for homeowners and their guests. Interiors will offer premium appliances, gas cooktops, high-end cabinetry and designer finishes.

Call (817) 773-3316 or (214) 443-9300 for more information on a condominium home at The Worth, a new direction in luxury high-rise living. 



Candy Evans

A real estate muckraker, Candy Evans is one of the nation’s leading real estate reporters. She is also the North Texas real estate editor for, CultureMap Dallas, Modern Luxury Dallas, & the Katy Trail Weekly. Candy has written for Joel Kotkin’s The New Geography, Inman Real Estate News, plus a host of national sites. Constantly breaking celebrity real estate news, she scooped former president George W. Bush's Dallas home in 2008. She is the founder and publisher of her signature, and, devoted to the vacation home market. Her verticals have won many awards, including Best Blog by the venerable National Association of Real Estate Editors, one of the nation’s oldest and most prestigious journalism associations. Candy holds an active Texas real estate license but does not sell. She is on the Board of Directors of Braemar Hotels & Resorts (BHR).

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  1. mlk says

    Another apartment building that the average Fort Worth citizen cannot afford. Why the Panther Island project isn’t totally privately funded is beyon med. I do NOT WANT my tax dollars spent on yet another luxury development. Be like Clearfork, let the well-heeled folks pay as they will be the ONLY residents that get any use out of the project. And of course you can control the diversity, or lack thereof, in the Panther Island project.

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