Two developers have submitted proposals to redevelop the Community Arts Center at 1300 Gendy St. + we’re breaking down what’s in each design.
The city will shut down all six lanes of North University Drive from Jacksboro Highway to Rockwood Park Drive in mid-2026.
Start packing — you’re not going to want to miss these new apartments in this rising Fort Worth neighborhood.
The brainchild of Opal Lee, the National Juneteenth Museum is scheduled to open on the Eastside in 2025.
Trinity Metro is closing the Trinity Railway Express (TRE) Richland Hills Station and opening Trinity Lakes Station.
All 22 athletic programs at TCU will utilize the facility to focus on mental health and well-being, including strength, nutrition, wellness, and restoration.
Stay ahead of the curve on FTW’s newest businesses with our guide to the latest and upcoming developments in Fort Worth. Explore the exciting wave of new restaurants, downtown landmarks, and parks transforming the local landscape and contributing to Fort Worth’s growth.
The new Annie Richardson Bass Lower School is set to be completed by the spring of 2025.
The annual Most Endangered Places list highlights historic landmarks and resources threatened by several different circumstances.
The 1910 landmark office space is set to be converted to an extended stay Residence Inn.
Keep an eye out for toll road construction between Fort Worth and Euless in 2024.
You told us which empty buildings could be converted into affordable housing.
The $410 million project would give New York-based Loews almost 1,700 hotel rooms in Arlington.
Get the read on the construction of Kelly Ranch Golf Club, PopStroke at Grandscape, and UnderPar Life + the renovation of Colonial Country Club and Meadowbrook Golf Course.
A real estate expert explains what Fort Worth home buyers should know and predicts whether we’ll see prices continue to rise in 2024.
Owner Younger Partners announced new plans for Crockett Row, which includes a rebrand and enhanced outdoor dining experience.
Tell us which empty building could be used differently.
The Eastside YMCA has been closed for renovations since 2020, but is set to reopen next fall.
Approved bonds in HEB, Eagle Mountain-Saginaw, and Azle ISDs will create 11 new schools and upgrade many more.
Construction activities are ramping up for 2024.
Election Day is here again — check out this quick breakdown of the constitutional amendment ballot before you head to the polls.
Let’s look back at the history of the rounded metal building to see why it’s so prevalent in Cowtown architecture.
The David Chapman Bennett house was built around 1865.
The golf venue called UnderPar Life will feature hitting bays, an on-site restaurant, and a fitness center.
On October 17, City Council approved a new 10-year plan for downtown that includes more housing and better community spaces.
We’re diving into the city’s new Neighborhood Conservation Plan and Affordable Housing Strategy.
Goldenrod Companies will build the Van Zandt project and One University on either side of West 7th Street.
Diamond Hill Community Center located on the north side will reopen Saturday, Nov. 4 with all new amenities.
Transform 1012 will hold a public forum this week so community members can hear from the architects as they present their design concepts.
The new John and Tracy Sellers Sports Complex will help train athletes who are making a comeback after injuries.
Show up early to the Stockyards staple movie theater and you’ll get to pick the film.
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