West 7th Street Near the Cultural District - Fort Worth's Most Friendly "Urban Village"

Posted by Stiles Mund Group on Thursday, November 15th, 2007 at 6:46am.

Have you seen everything that is going on along West 7th Street near Fort Worth’s Cultural District lately? Montgomery Plaza has nearly sold out of their 240 luxury condos, and has begun construction with move-in dates planned for early 2009.
So7 just broke ground on their retail/commercial development (see the blog and rendering from last week) and are putting the finishing touches on their Arthouse. They have prices starting at $229,000 for a large one bedroom with very reasonable home owner’s association dues. 
Just down the street Cypress Equities is still clearing out blocks of land for their sprawling development of mixed use buildings with retail, commercial and condos. Looking over their site plans and renderings is quite revealing. Let me know if you'd like a copy.
 Also, Museum Place is quickly changing the look of the University/West 7th intersection at the entrance to the Cultural District. It is a very exciting time. They will add around 500 rental dwellings and 40 private condos. In addition, the nearby post office is being relocated to the site.
City Homes, the division of Centex that brought Westview to Fort Worth's Upper Westside has also purchased land across the street to the west of Montgomery Plaza to build 20 “Mission Revival” townhomes they’re calling “Presidio”. (more in last weeks blog)
With each development West 7th and the Cultural District of Fort Worth is becoming more pedestrian friendly. You can now walk to get groceries at Target, pick up some treats for Fido at Petsmart, have a bite to eat at Pei Wei, grab coffee at Starbucks or enjoy Salsa dancing at Glorias. Not to mention, the post office is just down the street and so is Trinity Park and it’s 30 plus miles of paved and gravel trails, as well as all the museums and Will Rogers Coliseum.
Yes, West 7th is quickly becoming one of Fort Worth's most friendly "urban villages." Be sure to give me a call for all the details and if you’re new to Fort Worth, I’d love to show you around.
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