Fort Worth is one of the fastest growing cities in the United States. In fact, the DFW Metroplex is the fourth-largest urban area in the country. People who come here from throughout the South — and from across the Nation — are flocking to a particular little section of downtown Fort Worth west of the center.
A Thriving Community
When looking for Fort Worth real estate, you'll quickly realize there's a lot packed into a relatively small geographical area. That's why it helps to break up your search into smaller neighborhoods. To get access to the hottest restaurants, the most important cultural institutions, and the liveliest nightlife, you should definitely consider the West 7th corridor. It's the best place to get that contemporary live-work-play lifestyle most people come to the city looking for.
An Arts Scene
If you look at a map of museums in Fort Worth, you'll see a cluster of markers over to the west of the downtown area. Zoom in and you'll notice that most of the important art and performance spots in the city cluster around 7th Street.
Notable sites include the Kimbell Art Museum where you'll find meticulously curated pre-modern European and Asian collections and across the street at the Modern Art Museum you'll find a range of contemporary and modern works.
An Eye for Architecture
Montgomery Plaza is one of the premier buildings in the neighborhood. It gives you excellent access to the museums, community resources and all of the restaurants Crockett Row and West 7th have to offer. It's also close to University Park and the central downtown.
The vintage rehab building itself is even home to a shopping and a range of restaurants, from fast comfort food to more upscale options. Building amenities are great, including a pool and a party deck, and the units themselves are contemporary and well appointed.
Fort Worth as a rich architectural history, so there's always something interesting to see when you're shopping for condos. Take a look at the directory to get an idea of what's available right now.