Built during the early 20th Century oil boom of Texas, the Sinclair Building has stood has one of the most recognizable icons of downtown Fort Worth since 1930, when it was commissioned by oil pioneer Richard O. Dulaney to house the headquarters of the expanding Sinclair Oil Company.
Designed to reflect the Gilded Age art deco style of the Roaring 20s, the Sinclair Building became an icon of optimism and hope in the future of Fort Worth, standing seventeen stories tall. After serving the business community of Fort Worth and employing thousands of Texans over decades, the Sinclair Building, owned by Sinclair Holdings, underwent a dramatic transformation.
Addressing the need for an innovative, intelligent luxury and lifestyle hotel in downtown Fort Worth's Sundance Square district, the Sinclair Building was restored to its original splendor beginning in 2015, completing its restaging in 2019 when the 164-room hotel opened its doors.
Retaining the integrity of its original design and intricate artistic accents, The Sinclair hotel pays homage to its storied past while keeping an eye to the future with the most cutting-edge technology concepts of any hotel in the United States. Just like the original, The Sinclair blends timeless style with avant garde innovation.