Places to Live

Fort Worth South

Places to Live

A new urban neighborhood is quickly developing in the Near Southside, providing attractive and convenient housing for those looking for short commutes and the amenities of city life. The district offers a variety of options: luxury townhouses, leasable units in small historic buildings, larger rental complexes with on-site amenities, mixed-use buildings, and single-family houses in historic neighborhoods. 

Urban Living: Townhomes, Apartments, Mixed-Use

The Near Southside offers an assortment of urban living options and all of the conveniences that a vibrant mixed-use neighborhood can offer.  Newly constructed projects offer the latest in modern amenities and contemporary floor plans, while historic properties offer the character and unique appeal only found in buildings that date back to the early 1900s. 

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Urban Living: Townhomes, Apartments, Mixed-Use

Historic Fairmount & Nearby Neighborhoods

The charming historic character of nearby neighborhoods remains intact, and new infill construction blends in seamlessly with the older homes. Historic Fairmount, just south of W. Magnolia Avenue, is most closely connected to the Near Southside. Mistletoe Heights and Berkeley Place are just west of the district on the other side of the Fort Worth & Western Railroad; Ryan Place is south of Fairmount; and Terrell Heights is to the east, just beyond Evans Avenue.   

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Historic Fairmount & Nearby Neighborhoods