September 16, 2017 Skyline Photo from the Amon Carter Museum
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After I took this shot, a couple from Florida stopped to ask me what building that was and when it was built. I told them and they told me that this was their second trip to Fort Worth and they really liked the city.
I have already posted this photograph on Architecture in Fort Worth's Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter pages, but I thought I would post it here on the forum. I took this picture on Friday when the lighting conditions and the sky were just perfect. It is a shot of two buildings that have been maligned here on the forum. The subject matter is the Fort Worth City Hall (1971) by Edward Durell Stone and the AT&T Building (1926-1971) by Komatsu Associates.
Austin, I was going to wait until Frost appeared finished from a distance.
In digital form, my photographs from the Amon Carter Museum start in 2002. I'm sure I still have some old prints from earlier than that. I also went back and looked for some from other nearby points. I actually have a scanned photo that was taken from the UNTHSC in 2000.
I'm willing to bet that any signage that Sundance puts up with the Nissan name will be very discrete and subtle. There also may be very few things that show the Nissan name. The DDRB hears all cases regarding signage, so I'm sure that if there are signs that will be placed, it will go before the DDRB in a public hearing where anyone, including member of this forum may express their opinions.
Jeriat, I would like to apologize to you. I did a property search for that block and I'm almost certain that I was incorrect. It appears that they are under the same ownership as West 7th. However, when Historic Fort Worth was involved to save Salsa Limon, it was a different group who were developing the property. I did know that another developer bought the block after that deal fell through, but I was under the impression that it was not the West 7th developers. I'm sorry that I gathered a wrong conclusion.
I guess that I got caught up in the idea that Salsa Limon was going to be saved and moved.
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