Parkside So7 redefines modern living with its desirable location in the Cultural District and an impressive amenity package. Our luxury apartments in Fort Worth bring residents close to all the best dining, shopping and entertainment in the metropolitan area. Aside from the easy access residents will have to the booming surrounding areas, they will also be close to several parks and natural places that capture the beauty of Texas. When you live with us, retreat to these spots to get away from the hassle of city life and enjoy the sunshine and fresh air by yourself or with your friends and family! Come home to Parkside So7 today.

Our property at Parkside So7 has direct access to Trinity Park’s biking and jogging trails! You can take advantage of them when you want to exercise outdoors, or you could pack a picnic to savor underneath a pavilion. The park has an incredible view of the city’s skyline to enjoy. Head down to the riverbanks and gaze at the picturesque water view as the sun sets. When you continue exploring Trinity Park’s trails, they will lead you to the Fort Worth Zoo where you can view and learn about nature even more! Bring the whole family and a loaf of bread to feed the ducks at the pond. The kids will love to interact with the animals, and they can also play on the playgrounds. There are even events held at the park, and as a resident who will be living right next door, you will never miss out of the latest festivals and outdoor entertainment happening nearby.

The Fort Worth Botanical Garden is a perfect place to see a wide variety of flora and fauna in one convenient location. Because of the spring rain showers, the months May to June are when the garden features the brightest and most verdant colors! Summer perennials are in bloom at The Long Bend, blossoms appear in the Cactus Garden, and The Trial Garden is also full of flowers in bloom. Exciting events are always going at the Botanic Garden, from concerts, to festivals, and much more! Attend the Butterflies in the Garden event or the Butterfly Luncheon this spring. Admission costs, but visitors can take a free, guided tour of the Trial Garden the second Thursday of every month at 9 a.m.

If you love Japanese culture and the country’s flowers and trees, The Fort Worth Japanese Garden is for you! It is a special part of the Fort Worth Botanical Garden and home to many plants that are native to Japan. Completed in 1973, the Fort Worth Japanese Garden has served as a peaceful stroll garden ever since. The garden covers 7.5 acres of cherry trees, Japanese maples, magnolias, and bamboo surrounding bridges and ponds home to over 1,200 Koi fish. Participate in a public tea ceremony every third Saturday of each month.

It’s easy to get in touch with nature at Parkside So7. Contact us at our luxury apartments in Fort Worth to learn more today. Find your new home at Parkside So7!

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