One of the more identifiable structures in Fort Worth is the Montgomery Plaza building located along the West 7th corridor of the buzzing urban westside.
March 28, 2000, is a Day Downtown Fort Worth Won’t Forget
Twenty years ago this area was silent. Reeling from the F3 tornado that ripped right down 7th street and into downtown Fort Worth, this was not an area of thriving shops, restaurants, urban living, or walkability.
The massive square building, the Montgomery Ward regional retail and mail order warehouse since 1928, sat vacant for many years. In 2005 the structure was transformed into luxury condominiums along with retail and restaurants on the ground level.
This urban redevelopment project kick-started what has now become a robust area filled with a variety of high-end dwellings, entertainment establishments, and easy access to the Trinity Trails filled with joggers, walkers, cyclists, and favorite furry creatures.
No Ordinary Condominium
Located on the 8th floor, which is known as the Private Residence Floor in the Montgomery Plaza building, is the amazing condo of 3,452 square feet of 2600 W. 7th #2824. This is no ordinary condominium.
Aside from the four bedrooms and four bathrooms of this open floor plan, two-story condo, the home pops with an elaborate glass staircase, media room, exercise area and a private outdoor covered patio.
If you are looking for more goodies, check out the custom closet systems, updated bar — complete with SubZero beverage cooler — and the wonderful views from the countless windows of the home.
The Wine Wall
Over the years, your Tarrant County Tuesday columnist has always taken an interest in wine rooms and cellars. Now we’d like to introduce you to the wine wall — a fully enclosed, temperature-controlled glass wall that can hold over 500 bottles of your favorite vino.
Of course, being a part of Montgomery Plaza, homeowners always enjoy the resort pool and cabanas along with the 24-hour concierge service and luxurious amenity center. This property also comes with four assigned parking spaces.
Joseph Romero of Williams Trew Real Estate has listed 2600 W. 7th Street #2824 in the Montgomery Plaza building for $1.395 million.