KWA Construction and Seneca Investments have transformed a 1920s-era Coca-Cola bottling plant in Fort Worth, Texas’, Medical District into HIGHPOINT Urban Living, a high-end multifamily addition to the growing Near Southside neighborhood.

Designers N.T.S. Architects and Planners and Fort Worth-based Oxley Williams Tharp Architects aimed to preserve the plant’s historic structural details, including the original exterior brick, open ceilings, and stained concrete floors, in the conversion process. Coca-Cola design details, including an etched glass wall, feature prominently in the community’s common areas.

HIGHPOINT’s units range from 631 square-foot one bedroom apartments to 1,257 square-foot two-bedroom apartments, priced from $1,030 to $1,795 per month. The living units are outfitted with modern fixtures, including granite countertops, brushed nickel and stainless steel appliances and hardwood-style floors. Amenities include a swimming pool, cabanas, a fire pit, and a bicycle rental station.

The HIGHPOINT restoration is the latest of many urban development and sustainability projects in the 1,400-acre neighborhood south of Downtown Fort Worth. “KWA helped developer Seneca Investments revive the iconic Coca-Cola bottling plant and incorporate it into the six-story HIGHPOINT Urban Living community, assisting in the city’s on-going revitalization efforts,” said KWA Construction President Brian Webster. “While the restoration was not without its challenges, we were able to preserve many original features of this historic building while focusing on developing high-end living units for the area.”