Fort Worth, Texas is a city with something for everyone. The lesser-known part of the Dallas Fort Worth metroplex is located 32 miles directly west of downtown Dallas. Though it is a smaller city, Fort Worth still offers plenty of “big city” attractions and amenities without the overwhelming aspects of big city life. In addition, Fort Worth has many up-and-coming neighborhoods and new developments that are providing growth and stability for its residents.
Classic Fort Worth neighborhoods like Westover Hills and Colonial offer large lots and proximity to country clubs. Colonial plays host to the Dean and Deluca PGA Fort Worth invitational each year, which makes it an attraction for golf fans. Both neighborhoods are located near the TCU campus and the Trinity river, adding to the natural appeal of the area. Families choose to move to these Fort Worth neighborhoods due to the added safety of Westover Hills’ own police force and the prestigious Tanglewood Elementary, which is consistently recognized for academic excellence.
New entertainment district developments have given Fort Worth, Texas residents access to the best food and fun available. Notably, Fort Worth shoppers will enjoy the Shops at Clearfork. These shops opened in 2017, and currently has 90,000-square-foot Neiman Marcus Louis Vuitton, Tory Burch, home store Z Gallerie, men’s clothing store Mizzen+Main and a Tesla Motors gallery. Multiple restaurants are also nestled among these luxury storefronts. Art buffs appreciate Fort Worth’s museum selection: from a modern collection in the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth to the internationally acclaimed Kimbell collection. Music fans will appreciate the newly minted Fortress Festival, headlined this year by DFW native Leon Bridges and boasting a lineup that appeals to both young and old.
Up-and-coming areas offer new prospects and exciting opportunities for those looking to enjoy what Fort Worth has to offer without breaking the bank. Westcliff also benefits from being close to TCU, and an endowment to the Fort Worth neighborhood built 26,000 square feet of flower beds for residents and visitors to enjoy. TCU graduates, of which there are about 1,500 annually, often fall in love with the area surrounding the campus and choose to stay in the Fort Worth area. This makes Westcliff ideal for those looking to invest in new construction and renovations in the Fort Worth area. Many home-builders have been choosing polished concrete floors for their recent projects due to their efficiency and sleek, modern look. Craftsman Concrete Floors has been polishing concrete floors in Fort Worth Texas since the 1990s. Give us a call for high quality, customer-focused, and earth friendly concrete floor finishing.