Architecture in Fort Worth

Bryce Building

909 Throckmorton - 1910 (NR, RTHL)


This small two story building housed the offices of William J. Bryce, former Mayor of Fort Worth and developer of the Arlington Heights Subdivision. The building is now home to law offices. Bryce was a brick mason by trade, but later turned to general construction. His contracting firm built many of the early Downtown buildings, including his own.  The building sits on the perimeter of Hyde Park, where the city's two street grids intersect.