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Residential

There's No Place Like Home

Housing opportunities are plentiful in Fort Worth, from wide-open ranch homes to exciting high-rise condos and everything in between.

Large-scale, quality housing developments are popping up all over as well. Master-planned communities like Walsh Ranch, Circle T and Heritage are a few of these projects.

Other notable area developments include:

  • West 7th Corridor: bordered by University, Seventh, Morton and Foch Sts. – 345 residential units, 100% leased – with several restaurants and entertainment venues including Fireside Pies, Tillman’s Roadhouse, Patrizio, Paciugo gelato shop and Movie Tavern.

  • Lancaster Corridor: area connecting downtown and the medical district; $244 million luxury Omni hotel includes 89 high-end condos; Texas & Pacific Lofts renovation of 12-story, 1930’s historic rail terminal in 2006 has 92 loft homes.

  • Central Downtown: There are more than 900 owner-occupied residential units in Downtown, up from 610 in 2006. This does not include the rental market, currently more than 2,100 units with another 450 under construction and planned for completion in 2010. Occupancy rates have remained above 90% since 2006.

  • Trinity Bluff: mixed-use development on Trinity River along Samuels Avenue, Lincoln at Trinity Bluff upscale apartment on Trinity River, and Villa de Leon.

  • North Fort Worth: residents continue to flock to north Fort Worth, the fastest growing area in the city. Many new neighborhoods include Hillwood’s Heritage with more than 7,340 single-family homes built from 1990–2008 and 288 apartment units.

 

Map of Fort Worth Neighborhoods, Suburban Cities, and Business Parks

Fort Worth Neighborhoods   Suburban Cities

1. Arlington Heights
2. Candleridge
3. Cityview / Mira Vista
4. Como
5. Diamond Hill
6. Fossil Creek
7. Garden Acres
8. Historic Northside
9. Historic Southside
10. Lake Country
11. Meadowbrook
12. Morningside
13. Oakhurst
14. Overton Park
15. Park Glen
16. Polytechnic Heights
17. Ridglea
18. Ridgmar/ Rivercrest
19. Rolling Hills
20. Rosen Heights
21. Stop Six
22. Tanglewood/ University
23. Wedgewood
24. Westcliff
25. Western Hills
26. Westpoint
27. Woodhaven

45. Arlington
38. Azle
29. Bedford
42. Benbrook
50. Burleson
33. Colleyville
43. Crowley
30. Euless
47. Everman
37. Grapevine
49. Haltom City
28. Hurst
34. Keller
46. Kennedale
40. Lake Worth
44. Mansfield
32. N. Richland Hills
48. Richland Hills
39. Saginaw
35. Southlake
36. Trophy Club
31. Watauga
41. White Settlement

Business Parks

1. Alliance
2. Beechwood
3. Carter
4. CentrePort
5. Fossil Creek
6. Mark IV
7. Mercantile
8. Railhead
9. Riverbend