Arlington is within minutes of Dallas and Forth Worth, but it is a big city that stands on its own. Arlington is a great place for families, with attractions including Six Flags Over Texas, and Hurricane Harbor. Living here means being close to the outdoors. With the 2,000-acre Lake Arlington close at hand, there is plenty of fishing and boating to go around. The University of Texas at Arlington enhances the area with cultural events, youthful energy, and some beautiful old buildings.
Sports are big business here. The Texas Rangers baseball team is here, and football fans will immediately recognize Arlington as the home of the Dallas Cowboys and their billion-dollar Cowboys Stadium. The stadium also hosts other major sporting events like boxing matches, college basketball tournaments, and the Cotton Bowl Classic college football game, and live concerts. Some of the most passionate football fans in Arlington could care less about the NFL or college football, and are more interested in the local Arlington High School team. Friday nights in Arlington means all eyes are on Maverick Stadium.
Las Colinas is a planned community that is part of Irving, a mid city suburb of Dallas and Fort Worth. Las Colinas has grown up around the region’s office towers, and offers an upscale country club lifestyle with an easy commute. Las Colinas has championship golf courses, luxury residences, and one very cool statue: The Mustangs at Las Colinas. Neighborhoods include Cottonwood Valley and University Hills.
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