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Young owners' vision for Old Fort Bliss siteYoung owners' vision for Old Fort Bliss sitehttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=190072018-02-06T06:00:00Z2018-02-06T23:20:00Z

​​J.W. Rogers III, left, and Rida Asfahani tour the property in October.  The pair has purchased the Hart’s Mill site with Landry McKee.EL PASO – The historic site of Hart’s Mill and old Fort Bliss, located on the bank of the Rio Grande near Downtown has three new owners as of January 2018.

The property is known as the site of the region’s first industry, Hart’s Mill, and was home to Fort Bliss garrisons from 1879 to 1894.

The property’s future is now in the hands of three young El Pasoans: investor J.W. Rogers III, architect Rida Asfahani and real estate agent Landry McKee.​​​

The trio is prepared to make a major investment to bring the 137-year-old buildings back to life.

Rogers and Asfahani are no strangers to bringing life back to historic buildings—the two are part of the team restoring the historic Abdou Building at 115 N. Mesa.
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