The most unique condominium community in Fort Worth. Living at the Texas & Pacific lofts is like owning a precious little piece of Fort Worth history. The Texas & Pacific Passenger Terminal Building was designed by Architect Wyatt C. Hedrick who designed many of our most beautiful buildings including the Greek Revival main Post Office and the newly renovated Bob R. Simpson Building. Built in 1930, it was the main gateway in and out of Fort Worth via the T&P Railroad for many years before airports replaced train stations.
Above the grand terminal lobby with it’s Art Deco fixtures and gilded interior folks now live in what used to be offices for the railroad and later for the regional offices of HUD. The units are characterized by terrazzo floors, high ceilings and views of either the downtown skyline or the panoramic view of the near south side. Not only is this building architecturally unique but functionally unique as well boasting a restored classic train depot diner called the T&P Tavern with 24 beers on tap and a limited but delicious menu. Oh, and the trains still come through. From your condo just ride the elevator down to the train platform to board the Trinity Railway Express (TRE) to Dallas.
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