Fort Worth Condo IHOTW

How would you like to live where you can stroll to the Modern Art Museum in Fort Worth? How about residing within walking distance of The Texas Breeders Classic or the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo at The Will Rogers Memorial Center? Imagine having privacy, convenience, views, and all the perks of a European lifestyle in the heart of “Cowtown.”

It’s not only possible it’s affordable. We’re letting you in on what may be the best kept secret in Fort Worth.

You could be within walking distance of the Fort Worth Modern and all downtown Cowtown has to offer with this great condo.

You could be within walking distance of the Fort Worth Modern and all downtown Cowtown has to offer with this great condo.


2402 Omni Residences

Just hitting the resale market is a coveted corner patch of urban sky on the 24th floor of Fort Worth’s premiere, sold out Omni Residences at 1301 Throckmorton Street. At 1,645 square feet, No. 2402 is hardly compact. Dramatic 10-foot, floor-to-ceiling windows frame the Fort Worth cityscape to the south and add to the illusion of infinite space. From the eastern front, on a cool, clear day, vistas beginning with the extensive rail and freeway networks feeding the city, can extend all the way to Dallas. (more…)

Art House Entry


With inventory limited to a handful of available residences, in oh so happening So 7, No. 3403 at 2608 Museum Way, part of the trendy Art House development, probably won’t be long on the market. (more…)

2600 W 7th ST #2738 Montgomery Plaza building

That’s right, Fort Worth isn’t all huge houses, hilly neighborhoods, and epic estates. There are some great high rise and loft homes, too, and this unit inside the Montgomery Plaza building is a perfect example. Neon-topped and a visual beacon not unlike Dallas’ own South Side building, this cool conversion was once an industrial property. Now it’s full of sexy, luxurious lofts just like Unit No. 2738.

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Houston Street View

I love a good loft, don’t you? I do get a little tired of everything being exposed and stained  concrete floors, but sometimes I see one and I just fall in love. This loft condo inside Fort Worth’s Houston Street Lofts at 910 Houston St. is a great property with a little extra.

Houston Street Living

Like most lofts, this one is a one-bedroom, one-bath unit. It’s spacious, though, with 1,067 square feet. This is a 107-year-old building, too, and Unit 303 benefits from having the city built around it. There’s a lovely park you can seen from the gorgeous arched windows, and the exposed brick is just enough detail to give this condo some texture.

Houston Street Kitchen

The kitchen features stainless steel appliances with maple cabinets and granite counters. It hugs a wall opposite the main living area, and while there’s very little prep space, a well-placed island could fix that problem. And priced at $254,000, you’ll have a little extra in your budget to make that happen.

Houston Street Bed

The bedroom is divided off in to a master suite area, which is perfect to give you a little privacy from the rest of the unit. As with the rest of the condo, there are brand new bamboo floors inside the suite. It’s a great touch that keeps this unit from feeling sterile.

Houston Street Entry

This unit is perfect for anyone who works downtown in Fort Worth or in the suburbs and wants to live in a fantastic historical building. What do you think?