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Linden Avenue

Linden Avenue’s sixth and eleventh blocks stand within the Queensborough Addition to the City of Fort Worth, part of the Arlington Heights neighborhood.

This facing block is bound on the east by Belle Street and on the west by Clover Lane.

There are three primary styles of architecture found within the district:

  • Arts and Crafts
  • Tudor or European Revival
  • Minimal Traditional

The Queensborough Addition was first platted in 1907 and bordered the Texas & Pacific Railroad yards. During the late 1920s and 1930s, it developed into a community of railroad and industrial workers.

The 4000 block of Linden Avenue is an example of how architectural styles transitioned during the 1930s, as the Great Depression caused a compromised style and a departure from decorative detailing.

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  • Murray G. Miller, historic preservation officer, 817-392-8574
  • Justin Newhart, senior planner, 817-392-8037

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