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1407 Texas Street

Office Building Addition and Remodel

Fort Worth, Texas

Client: 1407 Texas St. 1, LLC
Location: 1407 Texas St.
Fort Worth, Texas
Project Type: Commercial - Complete renovation and adaptive reuse
  • Two floors and basement - 25,000 SF
  • Added partial 3rd floor meeting suite at the roof - 2,000 SF
  • Renovation of all floors and basement
  • Construction Type - IIB


This mid-century modern building survives several owners and renovations since its opening in 1955. Approached by a tenant to lease both floors, the current owner repurposed the building and added a 2,000 SF meeting space at the roof, creating a partial third floor. Located on the western edge of the Fort Worth downtown business district, the building’s distinctive waves, formed by training Pyracantha (firethorn), are a nod to the owner’s passion for scuba diving. Property renovations included improvements to the site, all new MEP systems, open industrial interiors, tenant amenities, 2,000 SF meeting suite roof top addition with views of the Trinity River and downtown Fort Worth.

Architect of Record/Project Manager: Tom Hines
Owner/Contractor: 1407 Texas St. 1, LLP
Architect: Tom Hines
Interior Design: 1407 Texas St. 1, LLP
Civil: Tom Hines, Architect
Structural: Frank Neal & Assoc., Inc.
Mechanical, Electrial, & Plumbing: Vic Weir Consulting, Inc.
Photographer: Angela Weir