Fort Worth, Texas

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Young Professionals

Downtown is the first neighborhood to check out for young professionals. It's more chill than downtown Dallas (and less expensive) but has tons of tower and mid-rise condo, loft and apartment options. There's also a booming social scene in the Sundance Square district.

You also get the outdoor experience of 4+ acres of water features in the oasis of the Fort Worth Water Gardens when you need to get a bit of zen time. Finally, you can experience arts, culture and live performances at Artspace111, Bass Performance Hall and the Scat Jazz Lounge.

  • Downtown
  • Arlington Heights

Arlington Heights


If you want to live in a commercial district with social energy but also avoid Downtown then check out Arlington Heights. It borders the Cultural District and West 7th street bar, restaurant and shopping area but you also border I-30 so if you need to commute to Dallas or Downtown Fort Worth it's easy-peasy.

You also get to live near Trinity Park, a beautiful open space for a run, a picnic, hoops or events like the Japanese Festivals and Holiday in the Garden at the Botanic Garden.

  • Arlington Heights



Fairmount's a good neighborhood for a family to start a search for a home. It's located near the Southside District so while you have it quiet at home, you also are close to great restaurants, bars and boutique shopping. You're also right next to the Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital, the John Smith Hospital, and Cook Children's Medical Center so you couldn't have better access to healthcare.

The ares is known for cool eclectic, historic-district housing and architecture and tons of local events and ongoing programs for adults and kids like: Open Streets, ArtsGoggle and the Fairmount Community Garden.

  • Fairmount
  • TCU-Westcliff