Montgomery Plaza Hosts Indulge Magazine’s 6th Anniversary Celebration

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Guests Enjoy High Fashion Under the Stars at Luxury Condominium Property

Last week, nearly 300 guests celebrated Indulge Magazine’s 6th anniversary with an evening under the stars on the rooftop pool deck at Montgomery Plaza, one of Fort Worth’s premier upscale urban living residences.

“Here in Fort Worth, Indulge represents everything about the finer things in life, from luxury living and fine dining to high fashion and design,” said Denise Elliott, sales manager and broker of record for Montgomery Plaza. “We were thrilled to be able to host the publication’s anniversary celebration and showcase Montgomery Plaza as the perfect backdrop for an evening of high style and luxury.”

Luxury vehicles from Autobahn Motorcar Group lined the red carpet entrance to the event. Hors d'oeuvres were passed courtesy of Del Frisco’s restaurant, Montgomery Plaza’s own WineStyles provided a wine tasting and cocktails were served throughout the evening, including the event’s signature “Indulgent Chocolate Razberi” created with Stoli Vodka. The highlight of the night was a fashion show under the stars featuring evening attire styled by Susan Huston Concepts and provided by Dillard’s.

“When picking a venue to host our anniversary celebration, we needed a place that represented what a luxury lifestyle is all about,” said Indulge publisher Baker Haynes. “Montgomery Plaza was an ideal location, with its breathtaking views of downtown Fort Worth’s skyline and magnificent roof-top pool deck.”

With a circulation of nearly 50,000 copies each month, Indulge has served the Fort Worth community since 2005 as the leading luxury lifestyle magazine.

About Montgomery Plaza
Montgomery Plaza is the flagship of the urban renaissance in Fort Worth, which is taking place in the heart of the city’s cultural district. In addition to its 240 luxury condominiums featuring distinct floor plans, Montgomery Plaza offers amenities including an outdoor resort-style rooftop pool deck and a diverse collection of shops, boutiques, bars and restaurants just an elevator ride away. The historic Montgomery Ward building has been an icon on Fort Worth’s West 7th Street since 1928, having survived the historic 1949 flood and the destructive 2000 Fort Worth tornado, as well as avoiding demolition in the name of progress. To find out more about this unique urban living development, please visit

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