Fort Worth has played an integral role in Texas’s history beginning as a frontier town in 1849. With the arrival of a railway, Fort Worth became an epicenter of the ranching industry, as well as oil and aviation. The once small cattle town is now a major city in America, with continuing roots in transportation, business, and military. Many of the city’s architecture hints at its rich past, ranging from posts of the frontier days, to art-deco, to skyscrapers. And thanks to its history, economy, and affordable housing, the population of Fort Worth continues to climb.
The Supreme Golf Warehouse was originally built in 1913 for the Fort Worth Warehouse. A century later in 2013, it was converted into 23 loft units. Classic loft detailing includes concrete floors, exposed brick and ductwork, and historic light fixtures, while some units also contain the original storage locker doors.
Sawyer Grocery was built by the same developers of the Golf Warehouse and is a former grocery store that originated in 1888. With only 14 units, the industrial apartments feature original hardwood flooring, as well as a slew of commercial occupants on this historic main street.
Built in 1929 with previous tenants including J.C. Penney and N.C. Hall’s Jewelers, the Sanger Lofts is on the National Register of Historic Places. It was renovated in 1986 into 59 loft apartments. These popular units are conveniently located within walking distance of 30+ dining options, major retailers, movie theaters and concert halls.