FORT WORTH - Hunter Plaza, which sits on a piece of prime real estate in downtown Fort Worth, is undergoing a $29 million makeover that will transform the 11-story building into a mix of public housing and regular rental units for the Fort Worth Housing Authority.
Of the 114 one-bedroom and 50 two-bedroom apartments, only 25 will be public housing; the other market-value units will be a source of revenue for the housing authority.
One-bedroom apartments at Hunter will rent for $714 to $924 per month, and two-bedroom units will lease for $999 to $1,300.
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