Debbie Hunn

Moderne Condos Progressing in Fort Worth’s Linwood Neighborhood

By Seth Fowler / December 3, 2019 / 0 Comments

In January we featured an upcoming condominium project in the revitalized Linwood neighborhood called, The Moderne at Linwood. After sloughing through the permit and the waiting game that so many new construction projects have to deal with, The Moderne is under construction and blowing-and-going.

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20th Floor Pied-à-Terre With a Nice Price in Downtown Fort Worth’s The Tower

By Eric Prokesh / September 6, 2019 / 0 Comments
Downtown Tower

The Tower on Throckmorton Street is truly real estate agent Debbie Hunn‘s turf. She’s lived in the building for 12 years and she tells me that she has sold some of the units in the building three or four times. Together with her daughter, Alana Long, they comprise The Urban Group at Williams Trew and […]

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One-of-a-Kind Condo In The Historic Montgomery Plaza Building

By Seth Fowler / April 23, 2019 / 2 Comments

“One of a kind.”  How many times have we heard that phrase? We often hear it when referencing athletes, jewelry, clothing or articles of interest, but what really is “one of a kind?”  Most of the time we aren’t even sure how to punctuate it.  According to our friends in the worldwide interwebs, “one of […]

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Cowtown Becoming Moderne With New Condo Project

By Seth Fowler / January 29, 2019 / 3 Comments

It’s rodeo time in Fort Worth so it’s once again time to hype up the Cowtown moniker that has been bestowed upon the west side of the Metroplex.  But don’t worry, we’re not a hick town. In fact, we are becoming quite “Moderne.” That is to say, The Moderne, a 43-unit upscale condominium project in […]

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Size Isn’t Everything on Houston Street

By Seth Fowler / January 16, 2018 / 5 Comments

Does it drive you CRAZY when people pronounce the name “Houston” like “U-ston”?  Or how about the way those snooty Yanks pronounce it, “Howe-ston”?  What is that all about?  Do you think those people know they are completely butchering a fairly simple word? Houston. Sidenote: There are a handful of people who have called me […]

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Ninth Floor Urban Living in the Neil P

By Eric Prokesh / September 8, 2017 / 0 Comments

In 1921,  leading Fort Worth architectural firm Sanguinet and Staats – designers of many iconic buildings which still stand, including the Texas Hotel and Our Lady of Victory Academy (as well dozens of houses in Arlington Heights) – constructed the Neil P. Anderson Cotton Exchange. Dallas’ famous Cotton Exchange was demolished in 1991. This being Fort […]

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