The building is a piece of history. I cannot decide if the medical practice that I consulted in the building was trying to be elite because of the location or that the staff and and doctor were not consumer oriented.
How cute!!! A mini version of Paul Starrett's Flatiron/Fuller Building in NYC! We didn't get to go inside, but from the outside, it looked just like a miniature version of the original. Hoping to explore it more the next time we are in town because it was a pleasant little surprise. (I wonder what my great grand uncle Paul Starrett... 更多
This building takes its name due to its being shaped like the antique iron (sad iron) that pioneers heated by the hearth. How cool is that! Per www.fortwortharchitecture.com, Flatiron Building was one of the first steel framed buildings in Fort Worth and was one of the tallest commercial buildings in North Texas in the early 1900's. Dr. Craven and his... 更多
Very impressive to walk around. Unfortunately you cannot enter it at this time. Hopefully soon according to the information out there it will re open
As Architectures go, this building is not only bizarre but elegant at the same time. It resembles one similar in New York. One thing is to see it on the internet another is to see it for yourself.
Built in 1907, this building is a replica after the one in NYC. Interestingly, the founder of Fort Worth (whom... 更多