Rosedale Renaissance alive in E. Fort WorthRosedale Renaissance alive in E. Fort Worthhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=56962013-11-18T11:58:00Z2013-11-18T11:00:00Z

FORT WORTH - Texas Wesleyan University, the City of Fort Worth and Tarrant County have broken ground on the Rosedale Renaissance Project.

The $6.5 million project uses public and private funds designed to leverage more than $32 million in funds designed for street improvements, for the Polytechnic neighborhood and Texas Wesleyan.

Improvements will include:
•   a "front door" to the university, including the new entryway and clock tower ($1.3 million);
•   the Methodist conference center and bishop's office ($3 million);
•   business incubator center in the renovated Polytechnic Firehouse ($400,000); and
•   improvements to the streets adjacent to campus ($1.8 million).

Road construction on East Rosedale has been ongoing since last spring. The business incubator center that will be located in the renovated Polytechnic Firehouse. The $400,000 project will result in a center where Texas Wesleyan Business School faculty and students will work with area entrepreneurs and businesses.

Read more at the Fort Worth Business Press.

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