About the Building
One of Fort Worth’s oldest structures, the stately Weber Building is located across the street from the Renaissance Worthington Hotel. It features red-brick construction with cast-iron columns.
Ground-floor tenants are the Thomas Kinkade Gallery, offering works by the famed “painter of light,” and Riscky’s Barbecue, a Texas legend since 1927.
- Wonderful restaurants, entertainment, shopping, and night life only steps from your office
- Private security force patrolling the district 24/7 – plus state-of-the-art electronic monitoring
- Easy access to parking for your staff in parking garages and surface lots
- Many custom interiors available, offering the look and feel you want
- Unmatched service by professional management company with decades of experience with Class A and B office space
The Weber Building was part of the original wave of redevelopment in Sundance Square in 1981. The architect for the restoration was Thomas E. Woodward & Associates.
During a remodeling project in 1915, the cast-iron columns were removed from the Weber Building and incorporated into the next-door Bridal Building. When Sundance Square restored the façade in 1981, the cast-iron columns were returned to their rightful home.