You might try not being so easily distracted by something that is actually none of Fort Worth's business. The constant drumbeat of gloom plus envy is wearisome.
The object of a distraction is to derail positive things which make the distractor nervous and insecure. There has been an enormous amount of positive news recently both statewide and nationally about Fort Worth, so of course, the distraction is launched which is obviously intended as a transference of their insecurities towards their target. I find becoming unglued each time a distraction is laid before one can become problematic to one's own scheme. Distract, confuse, disarm. Please don't take the bait!
My understanding based upon very early reporting suggests something in the neighborhood of 20-story; something hard to get ecstatic about. Time will tell how accurate this early reporting is.
I think Fort Worth's people are quite happy with Fort Worth; and its refreshing to see that what goes on elsewhere doesn't particularly rattle this City.
Fort Worth has nationally acclaimed institutions such as museums, graceful river forks with water in them, FWZoo, Japanese Gardens, FWSY, Cliburn Piano Competition, a rapidly rising Lawyer School, a Big 12 member, new medical school, the best iconic bridge spanning the Trinity River around here, so on, so on.
"Stay in your own lane; be calm and carry on!"