About the Building
Made of concrete and faced with white Texas limestone, the Woolworth Building is designed in the Art Deco Neoclassical Revival style. One of the building’s unique features is a stylized carved frieze with a floral motif beneath the cornice. It also features granite bulkheads at the sidewalk level.
Ground-floor tenants are Jos. A Bank and Milan Gallery, and Scat Jazz Lounge and Simply Fondue are located in the basement. The Fort Worth Convention & Visitors Bureau occupies the second floor.
- 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
From 1926 to 1990, F.W. Woolworth’s department store occupied this building. It was designed in the Chicago commercial style of the period by Wiley G. Clarkson, who led one of the largest Fort Worth architectural firms of the 1920s to 1940s.
The Woolworth Building is on the National Register of Historic Places.