This is a mixed-use development from GFF architects along West 7th Street that also extends several blocks to the north. Before construction this area was primarily a low density underused industrial district. The development also has frontage along the Clear Fork of the Trinity River and will be at the southern end of the diversion channel and Panther Island. Before this site was developed, the new 7th Street Bridge was pre-cast at this location. The first phases of the development consists of The Flats at Alta Left Bank, The Lofts at Alta Left Bank, an Urban Tom Thumb grocery store, and two retail buildings that front along W. 7th Street. One of the retail buildings features Fort Worth's first location of Hopdoddy Burger Bar at the corner of W. 7th and Stayton. The Lofts sit on top of ground floor retail and face southward. The building is six stories and has views of Trinity Park to the south and downtown to the east. The Flats consists of three buildings which are 3 and 4 stories each. There are also some 3 story townhomes that face Harrold Street. The latest phase of construction is a large apartment building that will be on the Trinity River Diversion Channel. It is called Bexley at Left Bank.
GFF Architects, Dallas