Historic Fort Worth, AIA Fort Worth, and the David Dillon Center for Texas Architecture at the University of Texas at Arlington are pleased to present a new, collaborative Good Neighborhoods Initiative.  On March 21, we will host a public discussion at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth called “Good Neighbors, Great Neighborhoods” that will bring together experts in architecture, real estate, law, and preservation to tackle questions about managing change in Fort Worth neighborhoods.  Our panelists include Paul Dennehy of Dennehy Architects, with years of experience working in Fort worth neighborhoods and urban design; Gaye Reed, with expertise in residential real estate; and Evan Thompson, executive director of Preservation Texas, with expertise in law and policy that informs strategies to manage historic neighborhoods and properties. 

This free event will engage neighborhood leaders, residents, designers, and anyone who cares about cities in open conversation about design and planning tools that can help plan for and achieve sustainable community development that serves all. 


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