A Stunning Architectural Masterpiece Just Around the Corner from The Legal Café
The Tarrant County Courthouse, built nearly 130 years ago, is a historic landmark in the Fort Worth Courthouse District. It was designed by renowned architects Frederick C. Gunn and Louis S. Curtiss, known for their iconic county courthouse designs in the region. This majestic Beaux-Arts style building is nearly 200 feet at its peak, making it the tallest structure in downtown Fort Worth. Built with Texas Pink granite, also used for the Texas State Capitol building and mainly sourced from the Marble Falls in the Texas Hill Country, the construction of this structure spanned over two years. The courthouse cost taxpayers a whopping $408,840. Today, the same courthouse would likely cost over $315 million. The Tarrant Courthouse was fully restored in 1983 and is now on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Legal Café—Stop by When You Visit the Historic Tarrant County Courthouse
Whether you’re a practicing attorney seeking legal counsel, or in downtown Fort Worth for some other reason, visit The Legal Café. We offer coworking space for lawyers and other professionals, with many opting for monthly memberships. In addition to coworking space, we have fully-equipped private conference rooms for use, subject to availability. Our conference rooms are suitable for in-person meetings, teleconferencing, or video gatherings. Members also can access various services, including copying, mailing, and document delivery.
Member attorneys also have access to our powerful lead generation app, which allows you to monitor, track, and purchase qualified leads from your phone or other device. To learn more about The Legal Café’s coworking space or memberships , visit our website or call us at 866-936-5743.
Come to The Legal Café and Pay a Visit to the Historic Tarrant County Courthouse
Experience the essence of Fort Worth’s Courthouse District at The Legal Café. Indulge in exquisite hot and cold brews, complemented by a delightful array of light bites. While you’re here, don’t miss the chance to explore the storied halls of the historic Tarrant County Courthouse just around the corner. Elevate your visit with a taste of tradition and a sip of excellence.