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For Immediate Release June 1, 2007 NCHA CONTACT: Jennifer Lavin 817-244-6188 x 125 NCHA is proud to welcome 1301 Throckmorton Omni Residences to Fort Worth, Texas, and as the newest corporate sponsor (Fort Worth, TX) 1301 Throckmorton Omni Residences are new luxury high rise condominiums being built atop the new Omni Fort Worth Hotel that will open in Fall 2008. These are the only condominiums in town where you will find the luxury of high rise living while indulging in Omni Hotels' four-diamond services and amenities. "Our members appreciate quality products, and 1301 Throckmorton Omni Residences will bring nothing less to NCHA," said Jeff Hooper, Executive Director of NCHA. We appreciate the new sponsorship and look forward to a great success." The new property has 85 one, two and three bedroom condominiums and four penthouse residences. Currently the condominiums are under construction with occupancy expected in November 2009. The condominiums are ideally located downtown within walking distance of Fort Worth's shopping, dining and cultural centers, including Sundance Square and Bass Performance Hall. Additionally, residents of 1301 Throckmorton may indulge in all the guest services of the hotel, including 24-hour room service, housekeeping and concierge. As well as enjoy the Omni Hotel's full-service spa and fitness center, Bob's Steak & Chop House, Wine Bar, full-service Starbuck's, Sports Bar and Business Center. For more information about 1301 Throckmorton Omni Residences, call 817-5356665 or visit www.1301throckmorton.com. Or stop by the sales office which opens July 7, located at 249 W. 13th Street, just a few blocks south of Sundance Square. The sales office has a fully furnished two bedroom residence open daily. - more -

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