Fort Worth Historic Building

Fort Worth Developers Preserve Historic Character With Adaptive Reuse

By Brandi Addison / January 21, 2020 / 0 Comments

Restoring old into new has become a popular trend among many — and Fort Worth is embracing this trend with style. Termed “adaptive reuse,” developers are taking former industrial and commercial buildings from bygone eras and breathing new life into them as apartments.

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Lone Downtown Loft in Houston Place Offers a True Bargain

By Eric Prokesh / November 17, 2017 / 0 Comments makes it a mission to find the unusual or one-of-a-kind living spaces, and downtown Fort Worth loft-style living is rather thin on the ground (or should I say in the skyline?). There are a handful of vintage building conversions. There are the Kress lofts on Main. We have already written about The Neil P. on […]

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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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