Client: NRP Group
Architect: Alamo Architects
Completion Date: 2012
Number of Units: 54
MEP Engineer: Raymond Engineers
Civil Engineer: Bury Partners
Landscape Architect: Land Design Partners
Development of the Terrell neighborhood of Fort Worth was stalled by the Great Depression. Subsequnt post-war housing stock filled the gaps between Victorian and Craftsman bungalows, but it all was ravaged by urban decay. Still, a vigorous and vocal community remains. The design direction for this for-sale single-family infill project reflects the neighborhood’s desire to respect its architectural roots while having access to contemporary housing amenities. One and two-story homes are set back from the street with porches, sidewalks, and detached garages in the traditional pattern. Lively color schemes and numerous elevation variations strengthen the historic streetscape diversity.