By next summer, the West 7th District will become an entertainment playground where people can work, live, and play — thanks to The Van Zandt project. The area is already a hotspot for happy hours, late-night bites, and walkable nightlife, making it a standout Fort Worth neighborhood. This latest project will only add to the area’s appeal.
Last week, the Omaha-based developer Goldenrod Companies announced plans to break ground on the $83 million Van Zandt project by April. The mixed-use development will sit on the northeast corner of Foch Street and West 7th streets — at 2816 West 7th St.
Here’s what we know
The project will include a nine-story, 100,000 sqft office space — which will be the first speculative office development built in Fort Worth since 2017. It will also feature a 10-story, 150 multi-family unit apartment complex + parking garage and retail space.
Here’s what else we can expect
- 10,500 sqft of retail and dining space
- Indoor and outdoor meeting areas
- Lounge areas
- Fitness center
- Swimming pool
The project is expected to be completed by the summer of 2023. And that’s not all Goldenrod is working on — just down the street at 1001 University Dr. (between Morton and Bledsoe streets) the developer is working on a separate project that will include a hotel, apartment units, and office and retail space. That project will begin in 2024.