Flatiron Building Fort Worth

Flatiron Building Fort Worth

Flatiron Building

1000 Houston St.

The Flatiron Building is an icon of Fort Worth, designed by Sanguinet & Staats and built in 1907, modeled after the Flatiron Building in New York (built in 1902). It is on the National Register of Historic Places and is recorded as a Texas Historic Landmark. Photographer K.P. Wilska captured this view of the building for this week’s Parting Shot.

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Bryan Sommerfeldt

I think it is the best place to live as you find everything near you and you need not to worry about anything. By living there I made Web Site for people. My parents have been living there since their childhood but then they moved to the Mexico for some personal reasons.

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