A unique
gathering spot with
vibrant
venues,
one-of-a-kind
offerings and
memorable
experiences

Project snapshot

180,000 SQ. FT. OF RESTORED, HISTORIC BRICK HORSE AND MULE BARNS WITH MULTIPLE OPPORTUNITIES FOR
  • Retail shops and boutiques
  • Restaurants and cafes
  • Private dining
  • Outdoor patios
  • Mezzanines and haylofts
  • Views of Marine Creek
  • Entertainment and live music venues
  • Creative workspaces
  • Dramatic, rustic interiors
  • Historic architecture

PROJECT
IMPROVEMENTS

STREET IMPROVEMENTS, COMMUNITY EVENTS, LOCALLY FOCUSED POP-UPS CREATE A SENSE OF PLACE
  • Pedestrian and auto-traffic street off Stockyards’ main thoroughfare, Exchange Avenue
  • Lights strung from buildings and trees, activating the streetscape beginning at dusk and throughout the night
  • Interesting, artisanal signage and identity
  • Outdoor restaurant patios spilling onto the street
  • Lush street landscape
  • Period street lamps
  • Street art and sculpture
  • Ambient music
  • Horse-drawn carriages
  • Horse taxis

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A Stockyards Heritage Development Co. Project

Through this project, a public/private partnership with the City of Fort Worth and Tarrant County, Mule Alley will re-emerge as a sensitively restored destination within the Stockyards Historic District. The project’s first phase has just broken ground, launching the $175 million renovation and ground-up development. Stockyards Heritage Development Co. is a partnership between Hickman Companies and Majestic Realty Co.