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A wrecking ball was flying at Texas Health Fort Worth on Tuesday as the hospital begins its largest construction project in history. Construction crews removed a parking garage to make room for the Jane and John Justin Patient Surgical Tower, part of a $300 million expansion that features a …

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — NBCUniversal announced Friday it will build a state-of-the-art television and film studio in a warehouse district just north of downtown Albuquerque as it seeks to expand its footprint in one of the fastest growing film production hubs in the country.

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Fort Worth home sales increased 2.1 percent to 1,262 homes in May 2019. The median price for Fort Worth homes increased 4 percent year-over-year to $235,000 in May 2019.

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NEW YORK (AP) — When the High Line park opened in New York City, then-Mayor Michael Bloomberg predicted the transformation of the abandoned, elevated freight line into an artsy public promenade would be "an extraordinary gift to our city's future."

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The Fort Worth city council, at its Tuesday meeting, adopted an ordinance to amend the Fort Worth Building Administrative Code, and to update the building permit fees for residential remodel work in all council districts.

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An 12,563-square-foot European-style Westlake estate will auction next month via Concierge Auctions. Currently listed for $5.285 million, 2006 Navasota Cove will auction without reserve to the highest bidder. Bidding will be open June 25-27 via conciergeauctions.com in cooperation with Roxan…

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This week’s Parting Shot by photographer K.P. Wilska shows the beautifully restored Main Waiting Room inside the historic T&P Station at 221 W. Lancaster St. on the south side of downtown Fort Worth. Built in 1931 by the Texas and Pacific Railway, the building now serves as a commuter tr…

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The Republican-led Texas Legislature approved a sweeping bipartisan school finance bill that brings an extra $4.5 billion into Texas classrooms and pours $1.6 billion toward teacher raises, marking lawmakers' latest attempt to overhaul how the state pays for its troubled public school system.

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After successfully pulling off its inaugural round of sponsorship of the PGA Tournament at Colonial Country Club, Charles Schwab & Co. is looking toward an even more impactful debut in North Texas.

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JLL announced the sale May 28 of the Katy Depot near downtown Fort Worth. The purchaser is a medical company who plans to renovate the 23,413-square-foot former freight depot.

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The Roanoke City Council approved plans for The Peabody Roanoke hotel Tuesday, May 28, were approved, marking a significant step forward for the project that was initially announced in June 2017, the hotel said in a news release.

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Television shows and movies have popularized co-working space as the ultimate cool workplace experience with amenities such as fresh roasted coffee or cold brew, juice bars, beer on tap, ping pong tables and ergonomic desks.

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The Wells Fargo Tower in downtown Fort Worth is one of the city’s tallest buildings and one of its truly impressive sites. Photographer K.P. Wilska captured this view for our weekly Parting Shot.

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We invite you to participate on our list of Tarrant County Architecture Firms A representative from each firm must fill out our 2019 survey to be on our list. The link below contains the survey. A link to the list may also be found on the Fort Worth Business website under the “Lists” and “Su…

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Keurig Dr Pepper (NYSE: KDP), together with the Dallas Cowboys and the City of Frisco, on May 23 broke ground on a new 350,000 square-foot built-to-suit office building located at The Star in Frisco. The new space will serve as one of Keurig Dr Pepper’s two headquarters, with the other in Bu…

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Red Sanders officially opened the Backlot Studio and Workspace on South Main Street on Wednesday night. Backlot has over 12,000-square feet and includes studio space for rent for film production, photography shoots and music production as well as furnished workspaces for creative companies.

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The Fort Worth City Council, at its May 21 meeting, authorized acceptance of a donation of improvements valued at over $1 million from the Fort Worth Garden Club (FWCG) to restore the Rose Garden at the Botanic Garden, along with $150,000 to renovate meeting rooms in the Deborah Beggs Moncri…

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Dunaway announced May 21 that Nova Albers has been named human resources executive and will lead that department as Dunaway continues to build out its infrastructure for growth in the State of Texas.