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#351 renamerusk


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Posted 18 March 2018 - 11:29 AM


T&P Warehouse... you're next! [ Westchester Tower Implosion]


 I really disagree.


While T&P Warehouse is currently under the ownership of a absentee landlord, the building is a historical piece of the City and plays an important part in the life of Downtown.  The City will out last the shameful actions of the current owners and will step up at the appropriate time to preserve the building's importance to the Lancaster Corridor. 


What the City must do in the interim is to force the owners to maintain the integrity of the building!


Just this week at SXSW, technology companies are touting Fort Worth as becoming a unique and favorable center for information storage.  I hope and believe that the T&P Warehouse can someday takes its place as a climate controlled storage site for current and future data storage companies, both large, small and startups.


Until then, the City should be patient yet firm in its dealings with the current ownership; and "Do not throw the baby out with the bath water".



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