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Sunday, November 17, 2019

Downtown Fort Worth’s First on 7th adds Guaranty Bank, Presidio Petroleum

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First on 7th, the 21-story mid-century modern tower undergoing a major renovation on the west end of downtown Fort Worth, will get a new ground-floor tenant and another that will occupy the building’s entire...

Inaugural Beck School of Construction class graduates

A partnership program between the City of Fort Worth and the architecture and construction firm The Beck Group held a graduation on Nov. 5. The inaugural class of the Beck School of Construction graduated and...

Council Report: Plan for hotel at 714 Main St. moves forward

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In the case of Fort Worth, it's not if you build it they will come as much as it is, you'd better build it because they're coming. With that in mind, the Fort Worth City...

Commentary: O.K. Carter: Nine farms, a thousand acres, 20 years and then break ground...

Though the newly unveiled M3 Ranch housing development in southwest Mansfield is clearly impressive – 1,600-homes-to-be mixed with a smidge of retail and a lot of amenities – the game plan for making it...

Downtown Real Estate: Sundance Square to be managed by Henry S. Miller

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There are changes in store for Fort Worth’s premier downtown development. Sundance Square and City Center Towers today announced changes in management responsibilities related to Bass family properties in downtown Fort Worth. Ed and Sasha Bass...

Fielder Plaza in Arlington is getting a big makeover

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Fielder Plaza in Arlington is getting a makeover. The 15-acre shopping center, which originally opened in 1978 on the northwest corner of Fielder Road and Randol Mill Road, will benefit from a reinvestment of more...

From a small start to a major construction force focused on school buildings

Builder Richard Thompson and architect Steve Buford mapped out their first project – a small office building in Arlington – 40 years ago, starting things with a handshake while drawing up plans on a...

The changing face of construction: Laminack becomes first female president of GFWBA

Heather Ferrier Laminack is the fourth generation in her family to specialize in construction and the first woman to be named president of the Greater Fort Worth Builders Association. How did she get there? In 1882,...

Council Report: Stop Six renovation plan moves forward

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STOP SIX RENOVATION The Stop Six neighborhood may be about to get a new look. The latest step in the pending makeover for the impoverished area was taken Tuesday as the Fort Worth City Council voted...

High prices drove US home sales down 2.2% in September

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WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. home sales fell 2.2% in September, as rising home prices and lower inventories have stifled homebuyers. The National Association of Realtors said Tuesday that homes sold last month declined at a...