ArtHouse at So7

About the Building

ArtHouse is a contemporary collection of 11 attached townhouses and 53 mid-rise condominiums. The exterior materials have been selected to fit into the overall development. One of the principal features of the property is the numerous balconies, exterior room-like terraces with views to Downtown and the museums and ground-floor gardens. Interiors are in the tradition of many mid-century houses featuring 10-foot ceilings, some free-standing, open-tread staircases and floor-to-ceiling windows. The mid-rise component has a number of two-story residences with 20-foot ceilings in the living/dining area. Great care has been given to kitchen and bathroom design.
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2600 - 2608 Museum Way, Fort Worth, TX 76107

  • Neighborhood Cultural District / West 7th
  • Building Type Mid-Rise
  • Ownership Condo
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About ArtHouse

Hughes Development has been building urban housing for a number of years and has seen its designs evolve over that period to the living spaces now being presented at ArtHouse. The master bedrooms all have large bathrooms and walk-in closets. All townhouses have two-car, attached garages while the condo building will have a partially underground garage under the mid-rise building.

Building Amenities

  • Pool
  • Rentals Allowed

Parking Features

  • Garage
  • Guest Parking
  • Surface

Unit Amenities

  • Fireplaces
  • Gas appliances
  • Terraces
  • W/D connections

Pet Policy

  • Breed Restrictions
  • Cats OK
  • Dogs OK
  • Weight Restrictions

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