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Old 05-03-2013, 10:20 AM
 
Location: Fort Worth Texas
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Hey guys sorry for the late reply My budget is between $1200-$1500. I'm still deciding if I need a one or two bedroom apt. too. Obviously a one bedrm would be in my price range, but would a two at some places downtown be in that price range? The only reason I might want a two bedroom is bc I might need a home office. Also, what are some of the fun hangout spots? I'm not really a club person.. but i love bars, restaurants, and movie theaters. How is the shopping downtown?
Reatta roof top bar is too much fun.
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Old 05-07-2013, 09:20 AM
 
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Downtown Fort Worth has a lot to offer, Bass Hall is awesome, check it out. If you are looking to rent in downtown and your budget is only $1500, be prepared to get something dumpy, like a 1 bedroom or a studio if that. Again, all depends on location location location. For out of towners or visitors, check out this link, amazing pics of a few of the Downtown Fort Worth Buildings. [url=http://www.carrportraits.com/196/fort-worth-architectural-photography/]Fort Worth Architectural Photography « CarrPortraits.com | Fort Worth Photography and Portraits[/url]
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Old 05-07-2013, 10:13 AM
 
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downtown is kind of barren...
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Old 05-08-2013, 02:17 AM
 
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Default Downtown living

I would definitely look into the West 7th area, west of the Trinity river and on the edge of Forest park. This is also referred to as the "New Montgomery Wards Plaza". The night life there is all within walking distance and since Sundance Square is not hosting the event's they did in the past, I foresee many new event's moving to the park area. With the new Rent a bike system that allows use of a city provided bicycle, the Historic Museum District and downtown are all within east reach. The construction of new Apartments in that area are booming and soon great deals will be available if you know how to bargain a long term lease. It is also on a main bus route. It's a win win for a young student attending TCC River Run campus or anyone working downtown.
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