Historic Buildings

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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Historic Loft Apartment in Fort Worth Ready for Renting

By Bethany Erickson / June 2, 2019 / 0 Comments
Fort Worth

For those that look for character and history when they seek out a place to lay their head, abodes like the loft we found at the Texas & Pacific Lofts in Fort Worth is a great example of what they can find. The 12-story building, located at 220-221 West Lancaster Avenue, had its first life […]

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Dallas City Council Votes For Demolitions Delay in Effort to Slow Loss of Historic Architecture

By Joanna England / September 22, 2015 / 0 Comments

We’re still reeling from the loss of 10300 Strait Lane, a gorgeous Bud Oglesby-designed modern on one of the most beautiful streets in Dallas, so you can imagine how heartening it was to read Robert Wilonsky’s post announcing that the Dallas City Council voted to approve a demolition delay. The new law is intended to […]

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