On another thread in this forum, http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=142857
, some questions were asked about some Downtown Fort Worth buildings. Rather than hijack Atomic Glee's thread with his wonderful photographs, I decided to answer the questions in this separate thread. I took about half of these photos this summer, while the rest were taken on Christmas Eve 2007.
Kevin From Texas wanted to see full building photographs of the Maddox-Muse Center and the McDavid Studio, so below I have the photos.
Maddox-Muse Center showing the entire block which features the City-County's first hospital that has been restored on the exterior:
New Maddox-Muse Center Building:
Plinko requested more photos of the Land Title Block (1889), and the first picture is an overall shot. Unfortunately, this building and its neighbor, which serves as a kitchen to the Flying Saucer are the only two buildings left on the block.
Detail of the east side of the building:
Looking up on the south side of the building:
Now for a few more photos.
Carter+Burgess Plaza and the Flatiron Building:
West side of the Flatiron:
Here is a project that my firm designed. Please excuse the painted brick. The owner did that before the construction documents were finished.
Entry to the Fort Worth Hilton Hotel (1921):
The Tower and the First United Methodist Church:
Finally, a skyline shot taken from the entry of the Amon Carter Museum showing The Carnegie, City Tower, and the new Omni Fort Worth Hotel beginning to show on the far right side of the photo: