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Fort Worth’s iconic downtown skyline will be undergoing some dramatic changes, and one savvy buyer is going to have the chance to grab a stylish front-row seat to all of the action. 
It’s no secret that for more than a decade, the residences connected to the Omni Hotel Fort Worth have represented the pinnacle of urban luxury living in Cowtown. The very best of these condominiums boasts sweeping panoramic views, large balconies, and every amenity one might need, all in a location that positions you just minutes from nearly anywhere you might wish to go in Fort Worth.
It should go without saying — if you’re considering the comfort and convenience of downtown life, you’d be remiss to overlook any opportunity to snag one of these snazzy pads.
One such condo currently on offer by Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty’s Adrianne Holland is 1301 Throckmorton Street, Unit #2703. This high-rise condominium will stun you with its polished sophistication. 
From the moment you step through the door you’re immersed in a palette of dark, calming modern tones, accented by clean museum-like walls filled with windows that grant endless views of the vibrant, historic city below you. Imagine the mood of living here being like sipping your favorite warm espresso drink. The attention to visual detail within is evident. 
These condominiums are not all equal. Many of these units are smaller, aren’t as updated, and some lack the balconies and views that really complete the ambiance of this stunning example.
“This truly is the pinnacle in luxury living,” Holland said. “The state-of-the-art kitchen and catering kitchen lends this home the ability to host 50 guests comfortably but also is inviting to intimate gatherings. This is for the buyer that wants a gorgeous, low maintenance space to display art and collectibles, travel, and still have the peace of mind their home has 24/7 concierge service and valet service while both home and abroad.”
Holland is right, the unit’s modernity isn’t only skin deep because nearly every feature takes advantage of connected technology to respond to your command. With cool fall evenings just around the corner, imagine describing your ideal setting out loud and watching it come to life – lights dim, a fireplace ignites, blinds and shades open to reveal the twinkle of city lights, and your favorite ‘Jazz in the Background’ playlist on Spotify beings to coo from the surround sound throughout. And as you’d expect at this level of luxury, every appliance, surface, fixture, and floor tile has been curated to provide you with an exceptional standard of living.  
Ownership also comes with many exclusive resident-only privileges. When asked to elaborate on this Holland highlighted, “feeling like you are on vacation year-round, as every unit at the Omni Residences gets the same full service as a hotel patron with room/condo service, house accounts and spa access but with the added benefit of discounted hotel dining at the any of the four restaurants and best room rate available savings.” 
Although this unit has two bedrooms, an owner has peace of mind that the hotel can accommodate their guests, a convenience potential buyers might not immediately consider, but can be quite handy. The rooftop pool, cabanas, Zen garden, firepit, grill, and state-of-the-art fitness center are also perks of ownership. 
The Omni Residences are in a quiet spot in downtown Fort Worth but still close enough to take part in all that the bustling city center has to offer.
The beauty and quality of this listing alone justify the right buyer taking a look, but the excitement of this offering only gets better from there. 
Few things add desirability to real estate like nearby strategic economic investment, and the Omni Hotel is set to begin a $217 million expansion that will add a tower, hotel and meeting rooms, plus new restaurant options. That’s certainly bound to generate buzz about the place, but if it weren’t enough, Texas A&M will also be investing more than $1 billion in their campus only a few short blocks away.
Not enough incentive for you to act? The nearby Fort Worth Convention Center is set to begin its expansion in early 2023, supported by the addition of more than 700 hotel rooms in the area to take in an anticipated bump in Convention Center tourism of 55 percent. Once this quarter of downtown is revitalized by all the planned investment, this listing will be a short walk from a slew of new, upscale hotels, restaurants, and bars. 
“This is a home for someone who loves contrasts — like all the contrasts of life. It is airy, yet so comforting. It is sleek, but so plush,” Holland said, “and the fact that it has two balconies over the city and five parking spaces plus storage makes it so rare. It’s the ultimate mix of serene and spectacular!” 
Holland is spot on — opportunities such as this one don’t present themselves every day. And as for contrasts, it’s perfectly positioned between the present and the very exciting future.
To discuss the best financing options for 1301 Throckmorton Street, #2703, Ryan Stephens can be reached at 817-205-2071 or by emailing [email protected].
 Adrianne Holland can be reached at 817-988-7955 or by emailing [email protected]
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