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Crockett Row to undergo major facelift and rebrand as Artisan Circle

Owner Younger Partners announced new plans for Crockett Row, which includes a rebrand and enhanced outdoor dining experience.

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The mixed-use urban village in the Cultural District will be rebranded as Artisan Circle. | Photo by FTWtoday

Crockett Row — home to 25 dining, wellness, and entertainment spots in the Cultural District — will be rebranded to Artisan Circle as part of the urban village’s revitalization plan.

Dallas-based Younger Partners acquired Crockett Row in 2022 and unveiled plans earlier this week that include new pedestrian-friendly spaces and improved outdoor dining spaces.

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The paseos will feature interactive directories to guide visitors to retail destinations. | Rendering by Bennett Partners courtesy of Younger Partners

Long-term revitalization plan

“Our commitment is to enhance accessibility, aesthetics, and the overall user experience to ensure that Artisan Circle becomes an iconic Fort Worth destination,” said Kathy Permenter, co-managing partner of Younger Partners.

According to a press release, updates will begin in January and take about 12-18 months to complete. New features include:

  • New elevators in three of the five parking garages
  • Two new valet stands
  • New benches and landscaping in the central courtyard
  • Enhanced outdoor dining patios
  • Digital and interactive directories
  • Improved signage
  • Technology upgrades

The revitalization plan proposes to close Crockett Street between Norwood Street and Currie Street to improve pedestrian access between restaurants and shops.

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Outdoor dining patios will be redesigned to enhance the overall dining experience. | Rendering by Bennett Partners courtesy of Younger Partners