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Live Near the art in the Fort Worth Cultural District
Fort Worth, Texas is rich in culture. Although its deep rooted cowboy culture and signature brand – “Where the West Begins” – is stamped throughout the city, it is likewise an integral part of the multiple art forms, history and expression on display in the widely-acclaimed Fort Worth Cultural District. Aside from housing Cowtown’s largest concentration of galleries, six world-class museums range from Kimbell Art Museum, Modern Art Museum and Museum of Science and History to Cattle Ranchers Museum, Amon Carter Museum and National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame. On the other side of cultural enrichment, entertainment venues provide a mix of theater and live music productions starring major headliners as well as Western influence at the Equestrian Center and famed Will Rogers Memorial Center.
Whether you’re attending a black tie opera, an art exhibit of Old World masterpieces or an annual performance of the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo, the Cultural District offers a Texas-sized urban culture all its own that includes a bevy of outstanding hotels, shops and restaurants connected by lushly landscaped brick walkways. Located near Downtown and West 7th Street, the District is a stone’s throw from the Fort Worth Zoo and Fort Worth Botanical Gardens. While this dynamic area is a major attraction for visitors, it is also a highly sought-after area to live.
Condos in the Fort Worth Cultural District are a perfect fit for the neighborhood’s artsy vibe and urban style. Like most area developments, the One Museum Place highrise is a residential work of art. Located at University Drive and 7th Street, just one block north of I-30, the building contains luxurious condos and multi-level townhomes along with trendy onsite shops and restaurants. Fifteen different floor plans include one, two or three bedrooms with exquisite touches like floor to ceiling windows and a private balcony.
If you’re a fan of modern art, you’ll love the contemporary luxury at Residences of Museum Place. Situated adjacent to Kimbell Art Museum and near Will Rogers Memorial Center and Fort Worth Botanical Gardens, these lavish condos and multi-story lofts are sure to dazzle you with their sweeping open space accented by 9.5-to-20-foot ceilings, hardwood flooring, gas fireplace and plush chef’s kitchen with Cherrywood and maple cabinets, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. Great views from your floor to ceiling windows and private terrace are another plus to this development.
Art House at So7 – on Museum Way – contains 53 midrise condos with mid-century motif, 10-foot ceilings and floor to ceiling windows. Eleven attached two-story townhomes come with 20-foot ceilings and windows in the open living and dining areas. Other artful pluses include hardwood or polished concrete flooring, stainless steel appliances and granite kitchen countertops along with walk-in master closet, relaxing soaker tub and spacious private balcony. When you aren’t enjoying the world of culture just steps outside your door, the community pool is the perfect place to cultivate friendships with neighbors.
These communities are just a sampling of luxury condos in the Fort Worth Cultural District. Go to our Cultural District page and check out even more great choices that are listed. Contact us today, and we can help you find a condo that matches your life and style. Since we are familiar with communities and availabilities, the sooner you contact us, the sooner you’ll be living in the “art” of the Cultural District.
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Fort Worth is known for its cultural blend of Western heritage and Fine Arts. Aside from the city's famed Stockyards and annual Stock Show and Rodeo, its Cultural District contains one of the largest collections of art museums in the US. Despite the artist expressions inside the Kimbell Art Museum, Amon Carter Museum and Museum of Modern Art - the buildings that house them are architectural masterpieces as well.
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Urban living is hallmark at the Art House at So7, a mid-rise building in the heart of the Fort Worth Cultural District. The iconic feature in these condos is the 20 foot wall of windows which you can't help but miss when you enter. Buyer options include one or two bedroom units in sizes ranging from 1,162 to 1,730 square feet. Each condo comes with a private balcony (some with great downtown views) and secured below grade parking as well as use of the outdoor pool.
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Residences of Museum Place are an art lover's dream. Wrap yourself in the contemporary luxury of a sweeping condo or multi-level loft with floor-to-ceiling windows, rich hardwoods, a cozy gas fireplace and soaring 9.5-to-20-foot ceilings. Entertain friends in your open and airy space, and whip up your culinary specialties in your lavish gourmet kitchen with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and custom crafted cabinetry. Then retreat to your private terrace where skyline views ...
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High rise opulence is the condo culture at One Museum Place in Monticello neighborhood, near the Fort Worth Cultural District. Located on the top three floors, spacious one and two bedroom condos range in size from 959 to 2,660 square feet. Many units have sensational views of the Modern Museum and Downtown, and the views get even better through the 12-foot floor-to-ceiling windows. Balconies are ample, giving you an additional way to enjoy the view.
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Last Updated: 2021-10-23 06:35:08