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Downtown Fort Worth - From Cowboys and Culture, to Black Tie and Boots, Downtown Fort Worth Has It All

Who Lives Here?

Empty nesters to working professionals seeking the energy and excitement of Downtown

Perfect For…

People who enjoy big city amenities coupled by small town charm

Lifestyle

Sophisticated and urban, with an entrepreneurial spirit

The Market

A mix of luxury leases, condominiums and penthouses in the sky

Not Great For . .

Families looking for single-family homes on large lots

Architecture

Beautifully restored historic buildings to towering modern skyscrapers

You’ll Love

The strong sense of community, world-class entertainment districts and over 13 Downtown parks

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Welcome to Downtown Fort Worth, TX

Fort Worth is a singularly unconventional town that delights in contrasts, famous for cowboys and culture, black tie and boots, NASCAR and world-class museums, rodeos, cattle drives and the Fort Worth Symphony. But ask anybody from Fort Worth and they’ll tell you this is “Where the West Begins.” At the heart of it all you’ll find Sundance Square, a 35-block living, shopping, entertaining and dining district, filled with people, energy and opportunity, and charming and beautifully restored buildings situated alongside towering, modern skyscrapers. It’s also one of the, cleanest and most walkable urban areas you can find. Red brick streets, elegant courtyards and an expansive plaza connect residents to the enviable pocket neighborhoods throughout the city where you’ll discover a great appreciation for history, food, music and sports. Offering an unmatched mix of business, education, culture and high-rise living, Downtown Fort Worth ranks as one of the best places to live and work in America.

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Commute Times

Colleyville: 19 minutes (14.7 miles)

Westlake: 28 minutes (25.9 miles)

Southlake: 28 minutes (25.0 miles)

Downtown Dallas: 39 minutes (36.1 miles)

Denton: 40 minutes (37.9 miles)

Frisco: 46 minutes (47.1 miles)

Plano: 51 minutes (49.3 miles)

Highland Park: 44 minutes (35.4 miles)

McKinney: 53 minutes (56.9 miles)

 

Public Transportation

TRE Rail – TRE Map | TRE Routes and Schedules

Buses – Bus Maps | Buses Routes and Schedules

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School District

Families with children send their kids to Fort Worth ISD schools, including Nash Elementary which is located Downtown. TCU, UNT Health Sciences and the Tarrant County College Trinity River campus are also located here.

Green Spaces

There are over 13 Downtown parks to choose from, including lots of greenspace and walking and biking trails along the Trinity River. The Fort Worth Water Gardens is a great place to catch some shade. Residents also enjoy the renowned Fort Worth Botanic Gardens which boasts a 109-acre living museum displaying over 2,500 species of native and exotic plants.

Lifestyle

Downtown Fort Worth offers a vibrant, urban lifestyle filled with arts, culture and a robust business environment. People who live here love the strong sense of community, history and entrepreneurial spirit of hardworking professionals who put their personal stamp on the entertainment districts Downtown. In Sundance Square you’ll often find residents taking walks, chatting with friends or enjoying a great meal in the plaza, while at the Stockyards people are shopping for boots, grabbing a bite to eat or heading to the rodeo.

Architecture

Here you’ll admire beautifully restored historic buildings situated alongside towering modern skyscrapers. Areas like Sundance Square offer a stunning display of architecturally significant high rises surrounded by charming red brick streets, elegant courtyards and a dramatic, expansive plaza. The Bass Performance Hall is an architectural sight to see, characteristic of a classic European opera house with an 80-foot diameter Great Dome that tops the Founders Concert Theater, while two 48-foot angels grace the Grand Facade.

Shopping and Dining

With Downtown’s Sundance Square, Hulen Mall and the West 7th area, there is no shortage of shops, boutiques and culinary destinations to explore. Fort Worth’s Downtown foodie scene is brimming with notable chefs, steakhouses and fine dining options that are sure to liven up your weekend. Sink your teeth into award-winning barbeque or savor the flavor of mouthwatering TexMex. And with an array of shops carrying everything from authentic cowboy boots and custom hats, to upscale home furnishings, jewelry, sculpture and more, you’ll never be without an excuse to window shop.

Community

Here you’ll see professionals headed to work, people hopping on the Molly – a vintage style trolley that runs between Sundance Square and the Fort Convention Center – and horses, wagons and longhorn steers parading the streets at the world’s only twice daily cattle drive in the Stockyards. There is never a dull moment in Downtown Fort Worth, as it’s a community of people that takes pride in their work and city, maintaining one of the cleanest, safest and most walkable urban areas you can find.


 


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