Oil & Gas Building

309 W. 7th St. - 1952

  • Oil & Gas Building
    Oil & Gas Building

Historic Designation:
City of Fort Worth Demolition Delay


The Oil & Gas Building was constructed on the corner of 7th and Taylor Streets in 1952 and was designed by Preston M. Geren & Associates.  This 16 story building sits at an intersection where the street grid shifts.  Although a separate structure, the ground floor lobby of the Oil & Gas Building connects with the neighboring Star-Telegram Building, constructed in 1930.  They also share a common main entrance on 7th Street.  The design of this building is also similar to the Oncor Building, (1954) two blocks to the east and also designed by Geren's firm.


Architectural Style:

Preston M. Geren & Associates, Fort Worth

Thos. S. Byrne, Fort Worth

Office Building