What We Know About Museum Place

What We Know About Museum Place



3300 Camp Bowie Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76107




Crescent Real Estate

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Enjoy a fabulous lifestyle near the world-class Fort Worth Cultural District, fine restaurants, distinctive shops and cool entertainment venues. Choose high-rise luxury living at One Museum Place – featuring spectacular views of downtown, the Cultural District and West 7th ­ – or the luxury town homes in Corner Store Condos. You can also find an amazing apartment at The Marq and experience the urban lifestyle of your dreams.

Museum Place is an 11-acre mixed-use redevelopment located within the Fort Worth Cultural District and directly adjacent to the Kimbell Art Museum and the Modern Art Museum. This $200-million multi-phased mixed-use project anchors the west end of Fort Worth’s vibrant 7th Street Corridor, a retail corridor connecting downtown to the cultural district. The development comprises retail, hospitality, office, entertainment, civic/public space, and medium-density housing. The master plan is designed as a pedestrian-friendly, moderately intense mixed-use development, featuring public plazas, open spaces, wide tree-lined sidewalks, abundant on and off-street parking, and is a stop on the streetcar line under development by the city.

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Feb 24, 2021 - One of the final pieces of Fort Worth’s museum land puzzle will soon fill in. It will be the first-ever Crescent development in the city. Fort Worth’s Van Cliburn Way runs in between two of America’s finest museums ― The Kimbell and its neighbor, the Modern Art Museum. As the street crosses Camp Bowie, there are some long cleared and vacant lots just begging to be filling in with development. Fort Worth-based Crescent Real Estate LLC is planning to build a major mixed-use development on those lots called Museum Place. The $250 million project will include a premier boutique hotel with a chef-driven restaurant, luxury residential buildings and a Class A office building. The offices will now be home to Crescent Real Estate, Goff Capital, Inc., Contango Oil & Gas, and Canyon Ranch.

The Museum Place project will be located at the juncture of Van Cliburn Way and Camp Bowie, with easy access to Dickies Arena and Will Rogers Coliseum. Groundbreaking for the long-awaited $250-million development is scheduled to take place this summer, and the project is expected to open in mid-2023. (Papercity Mag)

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