Architecture in Fort Worth

Virtuoso Building

505 Main Street - 1996

Formerly:
Wells Fargo Building

 

This is a new 5 story building constructed in Sundance Square. It was designed by David M. Schwarz with HKS as Associate Architects. Linbeck was the General Contractor.  This building gives Fort Worth a feel of San Francisco with five bay windows, a ground floor courtyard, a second floor balcony with trellis, and a fifth floor balcony. Schakolad Chocolate Factory, Tervis Tumbler Co., and Barse Jewelry occupy a part of the ground floor. Mi Cocina Mexican Restaurant is another major retail tenant. Mi Cocina features outdoor dining in the courtyard on the south side of the building. Mi Cocina serves homey Tex-Mex items in a very trendy interior. Virtuoso is the primary tenant on the upper floors. This building was previously occupied by Wells Fargo Bank, but they expanded their downtown Fort Worth presence and moved into City Center.