Hunter Plaza reopens in downtown Fort WorthHunter Plaza reopens in downtown Fort Worthhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=122862016-02-26T06:00:00Z2016-02-26T19:20:00Z

​FORT WORTH - Hunter Plaza, the reconstructed 11-story building at 605 W First St., will get its first new tenants this weekend.

There are 19 floor plans, with 13 one-bedroom, one-bathroom, units between 585–743 sf. There are six two-bedroom, two-bathroom units between 750–930 sf.

The lowest market rates are $720 monthly; the highest is $1,192.

Building amenities include a theater, resident club room, fitness center, library, business center and resident garage.

Hunter Plaza first opened as the Fortune Arms Hotel in 1954 on the northwest side of downtown until the Fort Worth Housing Authority bought it in 1971.

Reconstruction of the building started in November 2014 and cost $29 million, turning the building into a mix of public housing and regular rental units with 10,000 sf in ground level space for retail and commercial use.

Hunter Plaza has 50 market-rate apartments and 114 affordable rate apartments paid for through different programs.

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