Fort Worth Condominium

Will Northern Lists Prime Pied a Terre on Happening Magnolia Avenue

By Eric Prokesh / October 25, 2019 / 0 Comments
Magnolia

Will Northern should know Magnolia Avenue. Northern Realty Group occupies offices at 1253 Magnolia, but that is about to change. As of October 1st, Northern Realty Group has merged with R J Williams and Company to form WNC, or Williams Northern Crain and will be looking for larger digs. The marriage is so recent that […]

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All Roads Lead to This Beautiful Pershing Avenue Condominium

By Eric Prokesh / February 22, 2019 / 0 Comments
Pershing Avenue

If you are on the hunt for a lock-and-leave with location, 5016 Pershing Avenue may be for you. Seemingly retreating behind its two-car garage, this Fort Worth condominium is not much to look at from the street. Still, some may find security in its low-profile discretion. And it’s near the Cultural District, Downtown, the West […]

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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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