Downtown Fort Worth

Downtown Fort Worth

Fort Worth, Texas Homes for Sale

About Downtown Fort Worth

If you love the feeling of the Old West but enjoy your modern conveniences and entertainment, you will feel right at home in downtown Fort Worth. This is a city that has come alive in the last few decades after a sleepy start as a western outpost. Long known as the last civilized town before hitting the west and as a major location for shipping livestock east, Fort Worth cherishes its roots. However, thanks to a multi-billion dollar investment and development in the 80s and 90s, locals are proud of their city's glitzy center and the many attractions it offers.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $219,000 to $798,000

Closed Prices: $200,000 to $295,000

Median Sale Price: $271,400

Average $ per sq ft: $262

Association Fee Ranges: $700/quarter, $480, $143 to $1321, $0, $150 to $3784/mo

Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home

Age: 1906 to 2005

Sq. Ft.: 720 to 3427 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 1 to 3 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 1 to 3 Bathrooms

Lot Size: 0 - 3 acres

Around Downtown Fort Worth

Traditionally, there were few residential options in downtown, with many residents opting to reside in the number of neighborhoods and suburbs surrounding the city center. However, there are now an increasing number of luxury condos available, many of them catering to the young professional working downtown or in the nearby medical complexes. Although downtown is mostly condominiums, a few new construction single-family homes have begun to pop up in the area.

Sundance Square is the theme that drove the redevelopment of downtown and it is the place to be any night of the week, being especially popular on the weekends. The area boasts more than 30 specialty restaurants and bars that cater to every culinary and entertainment interest. This eclectic selection of dining options allows you to enjoy great barbecue, fine Italian, or gourmet fusion for that special event. You can enjoy a unique dining experience every night of the week and still have plenty of other options left to explore.

Due to the overwhelming popularity of this vibrant downtown area, you will see an amazing range of visitors, shoppers, and diners at any time of the day. There are more than two dozen specialty boutiques and 20 different cultural venues that attract a loyal following of tourists and locals. Additionally, the luxury hotels and busy office buildings host professionals from around the world as Fort Worth continues to attract a wide range of corporate headquarters. It is not uncommon to see a foreign businessman in his suit waving to a real cowboy sauntering down the road on his horse, on the way to the world famous Fort Worth Stockyards.

Of course, this amazing assortment of services, entertainment, and visitors ensures that any Friday night is a bustling one. Sundance Square is always family friendly while still offering popular hangouts for young professionals and singles. It is truly a location where you can find the way to spend the night that will fit your specific mood and desires, from a quiet bar to a loud and fun country and western line dance.

If you love a quiet Sunday to balance out that busy Friday night, downtown Fort Worth offers just what you are looking for. The airy plaza is just a short walk from the impressive Water Gardens, where you can sit and relax or play a game of Frisbee. A number of the restaurants on the Square offer enjoyable brunches, or you can sit and read the paper in one of the several specialty coffee bars.

Locals Love

  • Variety of entertainment and cultural attractions
  • Lots of activity on the Square
  • Bright, safe, and clean atmosphere

Locals Don't Love

  • Late summer heat
  • Lack of easy-to-use public transportation
  • Expensive family housing options

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