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Fort Capital acquires 28-acre site to add to River District project

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Fort Capital, has acquired the largest contiguous tract of developable land currently available in West Fort Worth, giving the deverlopers the opportunity to expand The River District.

Located at 5700 White Settlement Road in Westworth Village, the 27.73 acre site has ±1,000 feet of Trinity River frontage and is directly adjacent to the River District. It is also a short five-minute drive to the West 7th and Cultural Districts, ten minutes from Downtown, and a quick stroll to the Trinity Trails.

The site has been nicknamed the “Kite Farm” as a tribute to its previous owner, Samuel Kite, who moved to Fort Worth in 1951 and founded Kite’s Custom Cleaners. He had a passion for showing his Palomino Western Pleasure horses and operated equestrian stables on this land, which was once the Kite family farm, according to the Fort Capital news release.

Future potential uses of the land include a mixed-use development, which would bring additional amenities, attractions, and places to work for surrounding neighborhoods and the 234,000+ people living within a 5-mile radius.

The River District is a locally-cultivated community in West Fort Worth that offers various living options and is home to restaurants and retail locations such as Abundio’s Fit Society, Salsa Limon Distrito, Lettuce Cook, Heim Barbecue on the River, and Tim Love’s newest restaurant, Gemelle.

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