No, not the one in New York.
Although decidedly less famous than its New York City inspiration, this hidden gem in downtown Fort Worth is one of my all-time favorites. The 1907 replica was designed by local architectural firm Sanguinet & Staats, including curious details like carved panther heads and pre-Nazi swastikas. Built by a Fort Worth physician, it seems only fitting that Fort Worth neurosurgeon Dr. George S. Cravens purchased the building in 1994. Documenting the decade-long, multi-million dollar restoration effort, Cravens notably kept a number of the Renaissance Revival building’s historic elements even as he converted the building into a penthouse, apartments, and event space.
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