2 blocks south of Pennsylvania, east of Jennings and west of S Main
There is something to be said for living in a community made up of buildings that got their start in the late 1920s and early 1930s. The residents can feel the history as these old buildings get a new lease on life as apartment communities. In the Leuda May District of Fort Worth, Texas, there is a community based on eight refurbished buildings originally built early in the 20th century called the Leuda May Historic apartment community. It is where people live when they want to live with history.These eight buildings have been updated, but their look has not changed. The interior of these buildings may offer modern apartments with spacious layouts, but the exteriors look just as they did when they were built nearly 100 years ago. The entire community is a fascinating mix of architecture styles that gives it an atmosphere not found anywhere else in Fort Worth.Every apartment has numerous windows that allow the residents to utilize natural light to keep their energy bills down. The gates that surround the community give it a special layer of security that the residents truly appreciate. When it comes to mixing the old with the new in living accommodations and early 20th century architecture, nothing beats the Leuda May Historic community.