The West 7th area of Fort Worth has been experiencing a revival, with expansions in retail, dining, and private residences, and a massive surge in popularity over the past few years. Between West 7th and the nearby Montgomery Plaza, the Cultural District is bigger and better than ever.
Located on the corner of 7th Street and Carroll Street, Montgomery Plaza Residences was established in 2004 in the former Montgomery Ward department store building. The building is now a premier luxury condominium residence near downtown Fort Worth. With 1, 2, and 3-bedroom condos available to residents, with amenities that including 24-hour concierge service, assigned parking, and access to the media room and theater, fitness center, and rooftop swimming pool. And on the street level, Montgomery Plaza is home to numerous retail and dining establishments, including Gloria’s Restaurant, Boomer Jack’s Grill, GolfTEC and Luke’s Locker - making the plaza a popular shopping destination for both residents and visitors.
Just across the street from Montgomery Plaza is West 7th, a true entertainment destination. With both upscale dining and lower-cost fare to choose from, West 7th is a foodie’s haven - visitors can enjoy sweets from Dude, Sweet Chocolate, ice cream sandwiches from Sweet Sammies, unique pizza creations from Thirteen Pies, a modern take on Thai from Kin Kin Urban Thai, and many more. Boutiques, salons, fitness clubs, art galleries, and a multi-story movie theater round out West 7th’s varied offerings. A full events calendar, viewable on the West 7th website, offers something new nearly every day for visitors to experience, from happy hours to live music events.
West 7th and Montgomery Plaza, both located in the heart of the Cultural District, are two exciting areas of Fort Worth, with such a wide variety of attractions that there is something for everyone.