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District Happenings:

Coming August 20-21, New Stories: New Futures at Pioneer Tower will feature audio/video works projected onto the 204-foot-tall Pioneer Tower by internationally renowned new media artists and an exhibition by ten local and regional artists.

Fort Worth Public Art, managed by the Arts Council of Fort Worth, will present new groundbreaking public artworks by internationally acclaimed new media artists Refik Anadol and Quayola. The pair of works have been commissioned by the City of Fort Worth to be projected on all four sides of historic Pioneer Tower, located in Fort Worth’s Cultural District. For detailed information visit: https://fwpublicart.org/pioneer-tower

On the same two nights the Arts Council of Fort Worth and AURORA are presenting an exciting exhibition of new media works by regional artists, curated by Lauren Cross, Ph.D. on the surrounding grounds of Will Rogers Memorial Center. Cross has selected works by artists Nick Bontrager, Ciara Elle Bryant, Angela Faz, Jessica Fuentes, Jeff Gibbons, Jin Ya Huang, Sedrick and Leticia Huckaby, Raul Rodrigues, and Bernardo Vallarino. Guests are encouraged to reserve an entry time in advance.

The Dash is Trinity Metro’s first electric bus that will take you from downtown Fort Worth to the 7th Street corridor and the Cultural District. The Dash provides daily service with later hours on Friday and Saturday nights.


As of January 1, 2020, tickets are $2 one way or $5 for a day pass, which includes all of Trinity Metro’s bus services, TEXRail, and Trinity Railway Express to CentrePort.


Sunday – Thursday: 9:22 a.m. to 10:44 p.m.

Friday – Saturday: 9:22 a.m. to 12:44 a.m. (next day)



Crescent Development |

Mixed-Use Project

Crescent Real Estate is planning what will be the company’s first major development in its hometown of Fort Worth. This project is a major mixed-use development in Fort Worth’s Cultural District that will include 175 luxury residential units, a premier 200-room boutique hotel with a chef-driven restaurant, a rooftop lounge, and an 8,000 sf ballroom. The 160,000 sf of Class A office space will offer businesses the opportunity to office in the heart of the Cultural District. Construction will begin this summer.

Boutique Hotel |

Hotel Dryce

Using the bones of an old dry ice warehouse, Jonathan Morris and his business partner Allen Mederos will build a three-story, 21-room hotel in Fort Worth’s Cultural District.

There will be a lobby bar that will be open to the public as well as guests and a large outdoor courtyard. Hotel Dryce will open later

this year.


Class A Office Space |               464 Bailey Avenue

464 Bailey sits between Bailey Avenue on the east, 4th Street to the south, Hamilton Avenue to the north and Arch Adams Street to the west.

Well situated within the Cultural District, 464 Bailey is adjacent to some of Fort Worth’s most sought after single and multi-family neighborhoods and has immediate access to some of the City’s most touted attractions and developments, making it a prime location to attract and retain a talented workforce.


The Cultural District has charming historic homes, a developing Urban Village, high-rise residences, and family-friendly neighborhoods. Explore what makes this a great place to live.


Small businesses and large corporations exist side-by-side adding to rich fabric of our community. The District contributes significantly to Fort Worth's thriving and diverse economic climate.  


World-class museums, vibrant nightlife, loads of family fun, sprawling trails, western heritage events, and new happenings make the District an unparalleled entertainment destination.


Ongoing & Upcoming Events

cultural district alliance

The Fort Worth Cultural District Alliance is the only organization dedicated solely to the preservation and promotion of our city’s unique and diverse Cultural District.

Through the support of our members, dedicated volunteer Board of Directors, and corporate, civic, and community leaders, our work helps to ensure the success of the Cultural District as a vital part of our city’s vibrant economy.

The Cultural District Alliance is privileged to represent more than 100 business and tourism leaders who are committed to advancing our mission.



  Invest in the success of the Cultural District

  Promote a cohesive and identifiable Cultural District

  Maintain the safety, security, and mobility of the District

  Participate in dialogue with key stakeholders about the                         promotion and preservation of the Cultural District

  Help the Cultural District Alliance advance its mission

  Support the Cultural District Alliance’s 2020 program of work

  Receive exclusive information about growth and development

  Encourage others to engage in this critical work


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