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7 new residential communities opening in 2023

Here’s a look at some of the most anticipated residential projects opening in Fort Worth this year.

FTW-PS 1200

The PS 1200 development is located in the Near Southside and features eight townhome units.

Rendering courtesy of Prince Concepts

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It seems like construction has taken over Fort Worth, and some of the most anticipated residential projects are getting ready to wrap up this year.

From downtown penthouses, to assisted living, and affordable housing — here’s a look at the mixed-use and multi-family developments opening their doors in 2023.

The Crescent Fort Worth | Cultural District

The $250 million project is in the works at West 7th and Camp Bowie Boulevard and will include a boutique 200-room hotel, restaurant, rooftop lounge, 175 residential units, and 168,000 sqft of office space. The offices will house the headquarters for Crescent Real Estate, Goff Capital Inc., Contango Oil & Gas, and Canyon Ranch.

  • Developer: Crescent Real Estate
  • Anticipated opening: Mid-2023

Deco 969 | Downtown

The 27-story tower will be the first multi-family high-rise in downtown at 969 Commerce St. The community will feature 302 apartment units and penthouses, resort-style amenities like a rooftop pool and lounge, along with eight floors of above-ground parking. The ground floor will include dining, shopping, and entertainment space.

  • Developer: Southern Land Company
  • Architect: GDA Architects
  • Anticipated opening: Late 2023

The VanZandt | West 7th

Located on the northwest corner of Foch and West 7th streets, the 10-story project includes nearly 100,000 sqft of Class-AA office space, 147 residential units, and about 10,000 sqft of street-facing retail and dining space. Other amenities include an outdoor deck with a fitness center, pool, lounge areas, parking garage, and a dog wash room.

  • Developer: Goldenrod Companies
  • Architect: Holland Basham
  • Anticipated opening: Summer

PS 1200 | Near Southside

The project at 1200 Sixth Ave. features eight townhomes with 20-ft ceilings, 1.5 baths, and a wall of windows overlooking the PS 1200 park. The community will also include 5,500 sqft of office space and three retail locations. The owners of Spiral Diner plan to open two vegan concepts named Maiden and dessert shop Dreamboat Donuts.

  • Developer: Prince Concepts
  • Architect: Marlon Blackwell
  • Anticipated opening: Now leasing

The Tradition at Clearfork | Clearfork

The retirement community at 5755 Clearfork Main St. features a nine-story, 214-unit independent living community and a five-story, 95-unit assisted living center on the same site. Amenities include resort-style units with private balconies, valet parking, a movie theater, common area, and chef-driven restaurants.

  • Developer: Tradition Senior Living, LP
  • Architect: Jackson & Ryan Architects
  • Anticipated opening: Now leasing

Jefferson Ridglea Village | North Ridglea

The 11-acre site is at the southeast corner of I-30 and Bryant Irvin Road and consists of 368 residential units and 30 townhome-style units. The community will feature urban-style architecture with with extensive amenities and upgraded interiors to attract renters looking for a true live, work, and play environment.

  • Developer: JPI Companies
  • Anticipated opening: 2023

Cowan Place | Stop Six

The 174-unit senior living community is part of the Stop Six affordable housing initiative located at the intersection of East Rosedale Street and Andrew Avenue. The community will include a library, theater, fitness studio, entertainment rooms, community garden, a beauty salon + health suite. Rent will be reduced for qualified low-income households.

  • Developer: FWHS
  • Architect: Bennett Partners
  • Anticipated opening: 2023
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