We are dedicated to the preservation, revitalization, and adaptive reuse of historic buildings in Fort Worth's celebrated South Side.
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The renovation of these historic Fort Worth buildings started with the Markeen Apartments in 2000, followed by the Leuda-May Historic District, La Salle Apartments Complex, The Sawyer Grocery Building, The Miller Lofts, & The Supreme Golf Warehouse. The latter is a mix-use building consisting of a neighborhood bar, retail spaces, executive suites, and industrial loft apartments.
An amazing transformation is taking place at the intersection of East Daggett Avenue and South Calhoun Street in South Fort Worth. Specifically, an old, abandoned warehouse building is being adapted for reuse as loft apartments, commercial office space and a beer garden...Read More
I like old buildings, because the quality of the workmanship is just so much better than the new buildings we construct today.“ There are risks sometimes. With new construction you know what you are getting into, but in the old buildings, when you peel back the paint and get inside the walls, you often find the unexpected....Read More
As we tour the upstairs we notice that the original features of the concrete ceilings the floors and exposed brick are sealed and will be prominent features in the lofts...Read More