Building Info
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Year Built: 1991
Stories: 12
Sq. Feet: 126,869
Retail Floors: 6
Living Floors: 6
Architect: David M. Schwarz Architectural Services, Inc.

About the Building

Sundance West offers luxury apartment living in the heart of Sundance Square. The elegant building – a blend of Victorian and modernist architecture – is constructed of red brick with white cast stone trim and a green metal roof. It features a 200-space underground parking garage, gable roofs, pediments, recessed balconies with great views, and other architectural ornamentation.

Ground floor tenants include Scottrade Inc., Daddy Jack’s Seafood, Uno Chicago Grill, and Norris Conference Centers.

The building connects with the Caravan of Dreams Building, a mixed-use structure facing Houston Street.

Virtual Tours

Watch virtual tours of the Sundance West building by clicking on any of the images below.

Sundance West Virtual Tour - Balcony        Sundance West Virtual Tour - Balcony & Bedroom        Sundance West Virtual Tour - Kitchen & Living        Sundance West Virtual Tour - Bedroom

Sundance West Virtual Tour - Bathroom        Sundance West Virtual Tour - Living Area        Sundance West Virtual Tour - Living Room & Kitchen


Sundance West was the first apartment building constructed in Sundance Square during the transformation of downtown Fort Worth.

Norris Conference Centers, a leading spot for meetings and events in Fort Worth, was once the AMC Sundance 11 Movie Theater.

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