Downtown Fort Worth
The Fort Worth City Council voted to change zoning around the historic Stockyards to permit mixed-use development.
Making Fort Worth more of a tourist destination – it’s something the city wants to do, but how? One plan starts downtown at the Fort Worth Convention Center. City leaders are now getting their first look at what it would take to make that happen.
Fort Worth’s unveiling of Sundance Plaza followed a frenzied, around the clock construction effort to finish on deadline.
Alex McDonald of Plano is still recovering from competing in the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition earlier this month. McDonald, who holds a PhD from Julliard, admits that experience was exhausting but, exhilarating as well.
Fort Worth residents got their first peek at the new Seventh Street Bridge’s construction on Friday.
The saying in theater is ‘The Show Must Go On’ – but for the performers Saturday at Bass Hall, that was not the case.
Sundance Square is in the middle of the facelift and the overhaul could now include more open space.
The smoke was visible for miles as dozens of porta-potties burned near downtown Fort Worth.
City leaders and non-profit organizers are suggesting you eat and support a worthy cause when you’re in downtown Fort Worth. The YWCA Fort Worth has launched a sandwich production and bike delivery service called Power Lunch.
Fort Worth is asking its residents to help plan what the city’s downtown will look like.
The Trinity River Vision Project will add a reservoir and new bridges across the river. But that big plan could cause some big traffic problems soon.
Those who work in the concrete and steel of Downtown Fort Worth have something new to discuss: Banana peppers and cucumbers; round zucchini and fresh garlic.