Parkside So7 brings luxury living to one of the most desirable areas of Fort Worth. Our West Fort Worth, TX apartments are located within the Cultural District at the West Seventh corridor. This urban mixed-use area provides unique and high-end dining, shopping, and entertainment close to our property. There’s plenty to see and do in the Cultural District. Here are a few places to check out:
Our West Fort Worth, TX apartments have direct access to Trinity Park’s biking and jogging trails. The whole family can enjoy the great outdoors at Trinity Park, where there’s a duck pond, a miniature train, and several playgrounds. Pack a picnic and savor your homemade meal at one of several pavilions or perhaps even on the banks of Trinity River for a picturesque water view. There are also several large annual events that are held at Trinity Park, so you’ll never miss out on all the latest festivals and other outdoor entertainment opportunities.
You can continue exploring nature at the Fort Worth Zoo, which is just next door to Trinity Park. The zoo has a wide variety of animals from birds and mammals to reptiles and fish, including the new Stingray Cove. At the cove, visitors can interact with a variety of stingrays and sharks while they swim in shallow water. The Fort Worth Zoo is the 4th in the nation, see all that it has to offer!
Of course, art is an important part of the Cultural District in Fort Worth, which is considered to be the museum capital of the Southwest. There are plenty of museums and galleries to discover in the Cultural District. The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth displays international modern and contemporary art from artists like Andy Warhol and Jackson Pollock (to name only a few) and even screens films and hosts live concert performances. The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History includes 150,000 historical and scientific objects that are related to Texas and the Southwest. In addition to its many exhibits, the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History also has a planetarium and a movie theater. Another popular attraction is the Kimbell Art Museum, which houses an eclectic variety of artwork that spans across many centuries and countries. Their permanent collection includes pieces from Monet, Picasso, and Matisse.
For our residents that love to get in some retail therapy, Crockett Row at West 7th offers 280,000 square feet of retail space just minutes from Downtown Fort Worth. Experience specialty shopping at boutique stores like Yves Delorme and Flirt Boutique. Grab a bite to eat from local eateries like Oni Ramen, Fireside Pies, or Mash’d. Crockett Square also serves as a stage for local bands that perform every Saturday night from April through September. There’s always something new and exciting going on at Crockett Row at West 7th. Keep up-to-date by viewing the events calendar here.
Our West Fort Worth, TX apartments offer studio, one, and two bedroom homes in a West Seventh corridor location that keeps residents close to all the excitement and fun of the Cultural District. Schedule a visit today and find your new home at Parkside So7.