Debbie Hunn

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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High-Profile Tower in Downtown Fort Worth Houses Castle in the Clouds

By Eric Prokesh / August 19, 2016 / 6 Comments

The Tower at 500 Throckmorton Street is a building with a dramatic past, stubbornly surviving to adapt itself to the future. Once known as the Bank One Building, yes, that Bank One Building,  was at ground zero of the horrific March 28, 2000 tornado, which left half a billion dollars worth of damage to Fort Worth’s downtown […]

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