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Property Name Fort Worth Warehouse and Transfer Company Building
Reference Number 13000126
State Texas
County Tarrant
Town Fort Worth
Street Address 201 S. Calhoun Street, Fort Worth, TX
Multiple Property Submission Name N/A
Status Listed 03/27/2013
Areas of Significance Architecture
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The Fort Worth Warehouse & Transfer Company Building represents the modernization of the warehouse industry and the evolution of a building type in Fort Worth, Texas. As home to the newly-formed Fort Worth Warehouse & Transfer Co., the building allowed the company to store and transfer items in a secure and efficient manner, and its design incorporated the latest trends in the use of structural reinforced concrete. Constructed in 1913-1915 (and enlarged in 1954) it is the oldest extant example on Fort Worth's Near Southside of a building form that would become a standard for the construction of multi-story warehouses and industrial buildings for the next several decades. The building is nominated to the National Register under Criterion C in the area of Architecture, at the local level of significance.


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