The Dallas City Council on September 11th unanimously passed a thoroughfare plan amendment for Fort Worth Avenue. The illustration shows the proposed conceptual design for the roadway configuration for the entire 3.5 miles of the West Commerce/Fort Worth Avenue corridor from Beckley to Westmoreland. Proposed are four 11-foot lanes of vehicular traffic, a 14-foot median, […]Read More
Last year’s Spare pARTS event yielded FWADG some spending money for public art along our corridor. Please join us for a christening celebration of the Magic Bike sculpture by Robertus joost Van Der Wege in front of SMOKE restaurant at 5 PM on Saturday, September 7th. Come one, come all to meet the artist and […]Read More
Robertus Joost van der Wege is the winner of the Fort Worth Avenue Development Group’s 2013 Spare pARTS public art installation initiative with his Magic Bike submission, a proposed 18-foot-long tricycle that provides a table and seating. Proposals were requested from area artists for functional, site-specific artwork that encourages street life and pride along Fort […]Read More
2013 Spare pARTS fundraiser — Saturday September 21 — Tickets now available This year our 2013 Spare pARTS fundraiser for FWADG will be held on Saturday evening, September 21st 2013 at Babb Bros. BBQ at 330 Bedford, south of Singleton just west of the Calatrava bridge. As usual, great art, fabulous food, beverages and this […]Read More
MOBIUS BENCH INSTALLATION COMPLETED Dallas, Texas – The Fort Worth Avenue Development Group is proud to announce the completion of the first Spare Parts Public Art Initiative. The team of Erik Glissman and Nicole Cullum Horn’s Mobius Bench is installed at the corner of Pittman and Fort Worth Avenue, on the property of Chicken Scratch. There will […]Read More
The Fort Worth Avenue Development Group is a group of committed volunteers from the neighboring community that are interested in developing existing businesses and bringing new businesses and residents to the West Commerce/Fort Worth Avenue corridor.