A view of downtown Fort Worth from the Walsh Ranch taken in 2014. The development will be among the largest in the city. The developers are asking the City Council to approve a capital public improvement district to pay for water and sewer mains.
A view of downtown Fort Worth from the Walsh Ranch taken in 2014. The development will be among the largest in the city. The developers are asking the City Council to approve a capital public improvement district to pay for water and sewer mains. Joyce Marshall Star-Telegram archives
A view of downtown Fort Worth from the Walsh Ranch taken in 2014. The development will be among the largest in the city. The developers are asking the City Council to approve a capital public improvement district to pay for water and sewer mains. Joyce Marshall Star-Telegram archives

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