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As its name suggest, Fort Worth began as an army outpost. Since then it has grown steadily to become the fifth largest city in Texas with almost a million people calling it home. Linked inextricably to Dallas, Fort Worth is a city in its own right with its own character and lifestyle.
Cowtown as Fort Worth is also known is in the Prairies and Lakes region of Texas west of Dallas and Arlington. It is home to several universities so students are a common sight in town but the city also has a huge economy that spans most industries. It makes for a very interesting place to live and work.
Corporate rentals in Fort Worth will be predominantly apartments. There are some townhomes and condos around the city. All are of a high quality and will be fully inclusive of all utilities.
Employment in Fort Worth
Fort Worth built its fortune in cattle and while that is no longer the case, the city has quite the diverse economy that includes some of the biggest names in business.
Major employers in Fort Worth include American Airlines, Lockheed Martin, Fort Worth ISD, NAS – Fort Worth – JRB, JPS Health Network, City of Fort Worth, Cook Children’s Health Care System, Tarrant County College, Alcon Laboratories Inc., Bell Helicopter Textron, BNSF Railway, GM Financial, JPMorgan Chase and GE Transportation.
Medical centers in Fort Worth include Moncrief Medical Center at Fort Worth – UT Southwestern, Medical City Fort Worth, PrimaCare Medical Center and Baylor Scott & White All Saints Medical Center.
Getting around Fort Worth
The whole region is served by Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW). It handles domestic and international carriers and is 17 miles out of town.
Buses also use Fort Worth Intermodal Transportation Center. Greyhound, Megabus, Autobus Americanos and Turimex Internacional all run services there. Molly the Trolley also runs services from Downtown to the Stockyards.
Road travelers can use I-20, I-30, !-35W or I-35E depending on where you’re going. The I0-820 loop rings the entire city and joins all other major routes. Local roads and wide and open and keep the city running smoothly.
Fort Worth life
Fort Worth is a young and vibrant city, helped in part by the numerous universities that call it home. Texas Christian University, Texas Wesleyan, University of North Texas Health Science Center and Texas A&M University School of Law are all based here.
Neighborhoods in Fort Worth include Far North, Downtown, Wedgwood, Tcu-West Cliff, Far Northwest, Far West, Far Southwest, Western Hills-Ridglea, Northside, Arlington Heights, Eastside, Wedgwood, South East, Southside, Northside, Sycamore and Northeast.
Things to see and do in Fort Worth include Kimbell Art Museum, 8 Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Amon Carter Museum, National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame, Sundance Square, Bass Performance Hall, Fort Worth Stockyards, The Fort Worth Zoo, Burnett Park, Main St. Fort Worth Arts Festival, Sundance Square Parade of Lights and Fort Worth Water Gardens.
Blu Corporate Housing
6529 Lakecliff Drive
Fort Worth TX 76179