Fort Worth urban living

Lock and Leave Townhouse Mere Steps From Magnolia Avenue

By Eric Prokesh / March 20, 2020 / 0 Comments
Town House

I guess you know you’ve stumbled onto something good when a three-day-old listing goes under active contract while you’re writing it up. This townhouse at 1216 Fairmount Avenue certainly qualifies as a find — well priced and located three lots north of the lively Magnolia Avenue scene. Built in 2004, its instant, urban, industrial loft-style […]

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Haskell Street Townhouse Offers Urban Comforts in Fort Worth’s Cultural District

By Eric Prokesh / December 20, 2019 / 0 Comments
Haskell Street

The West Highland neighborhood will probably leave most readers — even those familiar with Fort Worth — scratching their heads. But one glance from the second-floor balcony will immediately place you in the heart of the cultural district, with sweeping views down West 7th Street punctuated with a stunning view of downtown Fort Worth. Located […]

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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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Introducing The Bluffs at River East

By Seth Fowler / February 26, 2019 / 0 Comments

(Full disclosure: I’m a Williams Trew Real Estate agent representing this development, but I’d be just as excited about it regardless.) Allow me to introduce you to Fort Worth’s newest (and only) single-family, new urban construction, under-$400,000-priced homes located less than seven minutes from downtown Fort Worth. Where else can you find such an offering?  […]

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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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Dallas Real Estate News: Mockingbird Station Developer Goes Belly-Up in Fort Worth

By Candy Evans / December 30, 2010 / 0 Comments

That would be Ken Hughes, who just lost 29 unsold condos in the ArtHouse section of So7, the residential, office and retail development next to Trinity Park on Fort Worth’s near west side. The Fort Worth Star Telegram reports the units were sold to an Arlington-based real estate investment group called PassGoLtd., after the property […]

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