1301 Throckmorton Residences Homes for Sale - Fort Worth
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The High Life in Omni Fort Worth
Just saying you live in a high-rise building sounds impressive. But there’s a high-rise in downtown Fort Worth that is truly impressive. The Omni Residences located at 1301 Throckmorton Street is a beautiful, upscale condo building near the best of the city.
There are just 86 residences in the Omni high-rise located above the Omni Fort Worth Hotel. Built in 2009, the Omni soars 447 feet into the city skyline and has 33 floors above the hotel. Each unit features a chef’s kitchen and high-end finishes. The views across downtown Fort Worth are breathtaking – especially while relaxing on your large terrace in the evening.
The Omni residences include several amenities. In addition to 24/7 security, private elevators, and onsite management, residents enjoy:
- Heated rooftop pool and sauna
- Spa / hot tub
- Outdoor lounge
- Exercise room
- Concierge services
You don’t have to worry about city parking. Residents have garage and valet parking. There is also parking for guests.
Current prices for available condo homes are $795K and up. Two bedrooms and two- to two-and-a-half bath units with 1300-1700 square feet of space and a large terrace are typical.
Key Stats for Downtown Fort Worth
Areavibes gives downtown Fort Worth a livability score of 88 out of 100. This is considered exceptional. Other key stats include:
- Downtown crime rates are 52% lower than the Fort Worth average
- Cost of living in Downtown is 2% higher than the Fort Worth average
- Downtown real estate prices are 12% higher than the Fort Worth average
- Rental prices in Downtown are 3% lower than the Fort Worth average
You’re in downtown Fort Worth. The possibilities are endless. You can just enjoy a swim or a workout without walking outside the Omni. Or head over to one of the many parks for a picnic or a game of tennis. The city of Fort Worth has golf courses available for residents. For a dizzying list of activities in the general Fort Worth area, visit the forworth website. The Cities Real Estate downtown Fort Worth and Fairmount Southside Historical District guides offer a list of our area faves. Sometimes a short list of choices is easier to navigate.
There are retail shops available in and around the hotel. Nearby shopping centers include The Shops at Clearfork. They have an Arhaus and a Bachendorf’s. There’s also a dine-in AMC theater.
There are plenty of fine dining experiences to choose from in and around the Omni residences. Here are just a few:
Bob's Steak & Chop House
Bob’s Steak & Chop House offers classic fine dining with Texas-sized steaks. Try to look dainty and sophisticated with a plate overflowing with 28-ounce Prime Porterhouse steak or 20-ounce veal Porterhouse chop. You can’t go wrong with onion rings and creamed corn. Their seafood entrees include broiled Verlasso salmon and South African lobster tails. They have a premier wine list. Or enjoy a one of Bob’s signature cocktails. Leave some room for Bob’s classic bread pudding with Grand Marnier caramel sauce. Bob's steak & chop house menu.
The Capital Grille
Another excellent steakhouse about a quarter of a mile from the Omni is The Capital Grille. Their menu includes more interesting fare like Tuna Tartare with Avocado, Mango and Sriracha or fresh oysters on the half shell served on ice with mignonette sauce. That’s just to whet your appetite. The Capital Grille has classic steakhouse entrees with a twist, like Sliced Filet Mignon with Cipollini Onions, Wild Mushrooms and Fig Essence. For dessert, try their flourless chocolate espresso cake with fresh raspberries. If you prefer to char your own beef, they sell freshly butchered cuts like bone-in, dry-aged New York strip and filet mignon. Take it home along with their signature steak sauce.
GRACE Modern American Classics
We love sauce on our beef. GRACE is gracious enough to let you choose: Béarnaise, chimichurri, espresso horseradish, or cognac peppercorn marrow. Some sound a bit exotic, but don’t worry, you’re in good hands with Executive Chef Blaine Staniford. They offer a raw bar and awesome starters like lamb belly dumplings. For you old school steak diners, enjoy French onion soup and a Prime strip. Desserts include coconut cream pie and caramel pudding.
May We Recommend
Sundance Square is an entertainment smorgasbord in downtown Fort Worth. First there’s Simply Fondue. Man, we love that stuff. The real fun is the live theatre, music, and dance. Bass Performance Hall is considered one of the finest concert halls in the United States. It is home to Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, Texas Ballet Theater, and the Fort Worth Opera Festival. The Jubilee theatre offers an array of comedies, dramas, musicals, and more. Get your belly shaking at Hyena’s – the longest running comedy nightclub in Fort Worth. Ron White, Lewis Black, and Tommy Chong have all performed there. There’s also plenty of dining and shopping. And fondue. Did we tell you about the fondue?
Enjoy the High Life
The Omni Residences provide you with an upscale hotel experience without actually living in a hotel. It’s your home – you can paint the walls, display your collection of baseball memorabilia, and hang your clothes to dry on your Peloton. Then head out the door and enjoy a massage, a live show, a dry-aged steak – or just a nice walk around downtown Fort Worth with a Starbucks in your hand. And, honestly, a luxury condo for under a mil? Ah, the high life.
We’re The Best in Fort Worth
Cities Real Estate’s talented team is the best in Fort Worth. You don’t have to take our word for it (although we are always good for our word) -- hear what our clients have to say. If you’re looking to buy or sell a luxury condo in the Omni, give us a call. We offer a level of service well above the others. Cities Real Estate is well-established in Fort Worth and we know its communities inside and out. We are the right team to help you find the perfect home in a great neighborhood. Contact Cities Real Estate.
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