Fort Worth Condos

Historic Tenth-Floor Downtown Fort Worth Condo For Rent

By Bethany Erickson / March 24, 2019 / 0 Comments
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We talk a lot about the downtown Dallas skyline and the amazing views you can get from high-rise life there, but in today’s look at available rentals, we’re trekking over to downtown Fort Worth, and the Neil P. We’ve talked about the Neil P. before — our Eric Prokesh took a look at the building’s […]

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Sales Volume and Prices Both Climb as Texas Market Finishes 2013 Strong, Economists Say

By Joanna England / February 3, 2014 / 2 Comments

We knew 2013 was a banner year for Dallas Realtors as our market pulled itself up by its bootstraps and posted post-recession growth that amazed even the most seasoned brokers. But according to research from the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University, the market posted year-over-year numbers that showed Texas flexing its economic muscles […]

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Is Dallas Overvalued? And Why is Fort Worth a Market to Watch? Trulia Breaks Down What to Expect in 2014

By Joanna England / December 16, 2013 / 4 Comments

Trulia’s Chief Economist, Jed Kolko, isn’t necessarily infalliable, but he does have an interesting perspective more often than not. His views on the broader economy are often spot-on, though, which really puzzles me on his recent forecast for 2014 that says increases in home values will slow next year, and that many of the markets […]

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You Want Fireworks? Head to Downtown Fort Worth Where the Omni Residences Sales Are Sizzling

By Candy Evans / July 4, 2013 / 4 Comments

The Fourth of July came early to downtown Fort Worth. June 1 The Dream Vision Co. put on what may be one of the biggest fireworks shows of the century near the convention center, shooting from the heart of the Fort Worth Water Gardens. We were at The Omni Residences and had spectacular front row seats. […]

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Senator Wendy Davis is Not the Only Really Great Thing Fort Worth Has Going On: Let’s Talk DOWNTOWN

By Candy Evans / June 26, 2013 / 4 Comments

Meet Russ Sikes. The Plano resident –yes, Plano! — is a founding member of the North Texas chapter of the Congress for the New Urbanism, or CNU, which advocates principles of good “place-making” as a key to improving our quality of life. Good “place-making” makes for a better environment. Actually, over drinks Russ told me he […]

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Senator Wendy Davis is Not the Only Really Great Thing Fort Worth Has Going On: Let's Talk DOWNTOWN

By Candy Evans / June 26, 2013 / 2 Comments

Meet Russ Sikes. The Plano resident –yes, Plano! — is a founding member of the North Texas chapter of the Congress for the New Urbanism, or CNU, which advocates principles of good “place-making” as a key to improving our quality of life. Good “place-making” makes for a better environment. Actually, over drinks Russ told me he […]

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