A two-alarm fire roared through and completely destroyed a 56-unit, $5.5-million apartment complex under construction in Fort Worth, Texas, April 4. A spokesperson for the Fort Worth Fire Dept. says the structure was in the early stages of construction. No injuries were reported.

The owner, Moonwalk Real Estate Holding LLC of Dallas, didn’t comment on the blaze but says it is working with law enforcement and the fire department to determine the cause and will release additional information as it becomes available. The general contractor was listed as Crimson Building Co. LLC, of Bedford, Texas, according to Dodge Global Network. An April 5 call to Crimson was not immediately returned

When firefighters arrived at 7149 Trail Lake Drive around 3:30 a.m., heavy smoke was coming from the apparent wooden framed structure. They immediately requested a second responder, says the fire department spokesperson. The blaze was manageable within the hour. 

Strong winds pushing ambers into trees and neighboring buildings added to the difficulty of fighting the fire. According to local media, a construction trailer, building materials and vehicles near the construction site suffered damage.

“Thankfully, firefighters were able to control those exposures, and they were spared heavy damages,” the fire department,’s Facebook post state.

The cause of the fire was not released Wednesday afternoon, April 5.