What's New at HFW?
Stockyards Development is Bad Business

At the Tuesday, June 10, 2014 Fort Worth City Council meeting, the council voted 8-1 to approve generous tax abatement measures for a Stockyards redevelopment project by the Hickman family and California developer Majestic Realty. The authenticity of this highly significant historic area is now only protected by vague promises from a developer with no preservation experience.

At his last Council meeting, Councilman Joel Burns laid bare the City's reticence to protect its heritage. See his full comments here.


Now Accepting Nominations!

Have you seen any great preservation projects happening around town? We are now accepting nominations for the 2014 Preservation Awards. Click here for more information and to download the nomination form!


Most Endangered Places 2014

In the city of cowboys and culture, what elements of our culture are most at risk? See the 2014 Most Endangered Places list and help us find solutions for these places that matter. Learn more...


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