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Dallas is one of the most famous cities in Texas and one of the most diverse. With a population of just over 1.3 million and the adjoining Fort Worth to the west, it’s a large, busy city with lots going on.
Originally founded for transportation, that is still a primary economic driver in Dallas but the city has diversified into defense, technology, telecommunications, financial services and general business. There is also an energy presence here thanks to the oil days of last century.
Corporate housing in Dallas is a mix of brand new apartments and older, more established developments. There are condos, single family homes and townhouses available too in the suburbs.
Dallas is regarded as one of the fastest growing cities in the country and the city, as part of the DFW Metroplex has an enviably low unemployment rate thanks to the diversity of the employment opportunities available.
Major employers in Dallas include American Airlines, Bank of America Corp., Texas Health Resources Inc., Baylor Health Care System, AT&T, JP Morgan Chase & Co., NAS Fort Worth JRB, U.S. Postal Service, Kroger Co., Texas Instruments Inc., Raytheon Company, Target Corp., The United Parcel Service Inc., J.C. Penney Co., University of Texas, Arlington, JPS Health Network, Energy Transfer Equity, Exxon Mobil, Southwest Airlines and Kimberly-Clark.
Dallas began as a transport hub for cattle and goods and that infrastructure makes it easy to get around. Flying into Dallas will bring you into Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) with a DART station linking you directly to Downtown. Dallas Love Field (DAL) serves some national carriers.
Amtrak has two lines running into DFW, the Texas Eagle and the Heartland Flyer. Local rail is handled by the Trinity Railway Express and the A-Train. Light rail, the DART crosses the city too.
Buses are plentiful with Greyhound, Megabus, Echo Transport, El Expreso, Autobus Americanos, Turimex Internacional and Omnibus Mexicanos all running services into and out of the city.
Roads are plentiful as you would expect from a former transport hub. The Central, US-75 and I-45 run through the city with I-635, I35, TX-114, The Mixmaster and Woodall Rogers Freeway (TX-366) all ensuring traffic flows freely into, out of and through Dallas as much as possible.
Dallas has an upscale appearance with lots of high end hotels, fine dining restaurants, shiny cars and buildings and lots of designer boutiques. It’s also a down to earth place where blue jeans and Stetsons are commonplace. It’s a healthy mix of culture, lifestyles and ways of life.
Neighborhoods of Dallas include Downtown, East Dallas, Deep Ellum, Northeast Dallas, Old East Dallas, North Dallas, Far North Dallas, Oak Cliff Area, Oak Lawn, South Central Dallas, Fair Park and Lakewood.
Things to see and do in Dallas include Dealey Plaza and The Sixth-Floor Museum, Dallas County Courthouse, JFK Memorial Plaza, Dallas City Hall, Klyde Warren Park, Dallas Museum of Art, Nasher Sculpture Garden, Dallas Cowboys, Texas Rangers, State Fair of Texas and White Rock Lake.
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