Fort Worth City Council will consider luxury Camp Bowie hotel

A high-end hotel promises to remake a vacant stretch of Camp Bowie on the edge of Fort Worth’s Cultural District, if the city council moves forward with the plan.

The council will also consider chef Tim Love’s plan for shipping containers at Gemelle.

Plans for Bowie House Hotel call for a four-story, 120-room hotel at 3710-3736 Camp Bowie Blvd. The site, to the west of the the CVS in North Hi Mount, was previously home to a church and The Ginger Man bar. Both have been bulldozed. Renderings show a long building that mirrors the brick of Camp Bowie in color. The rear features a rooftop infinity pool on the second floor that cascades down the side of the building to a garden courtyard.

The Fort Worth City Council will consider necessary zoning changes Tuesday, and the zoning commission recommended approval last week. Opposition from nearby residents focuses on increased

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