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September 16, 2013

Fort Worth building bridges over nothing - at least for now

The Trinity Uptown/Panther Island project promises to remake the image of Fort Worth's central city, by creating an 800-acre island north of downtown that could lure developers for 3 million square feet of commercial space and up to 10,000 mixed-income households. But it could be many, many years before the development materializes. Three road bridges are being built for Trinity Uptown/Panther Island starting next year - and until the federal money is available to rechannel the Trinity River, those bridges will span little more than dry, vacant land - bridges over nothing. Check out my video below. Also, to read the pair of stories I wrote for the Sunday paper, click here and here.



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