Architecture in Fort Worth

Ridglea Bank Building

6300 Ridglea Place - 1972

 

This twelve story building, sitting in the middle of Ridglea, was one of Fort Worth's first suburban mid-rises.  It was originally home of the Ridglea State Bank, and has had many names in its history.  The tower is situated on a triangular shaped block, one block south of Camp Bowie Blvd.  It is also across the street from the Ridglea Country Club.  The facade consists of tall, narrow windows set in concrete panels.