An ideal urban residential community and an economic powerhouse of commercial and corporate North Texas activity, Irving is a harmonious blend of picturesque residential neighborhoods alongside soaring towers and some of the finest dining and entertainment amenities found anywhere in Dallas-Fort Worth. Las Colinas is home to iconic Fortune 500 companies, as well as numerous other national and international companies. Its central location is ideal. The Dallas Area Rapid Transit Orange Line runs east from the DFW International Airport to Las Colinas with three stops, and then into Dallas.
The Irving, Las Colinas, Coppell and Valley Ranch community is home to many public and private parks, museums, colleges and renowned hospital campuses, cultural, recreational and educational opportunities. Northlake College and The University of Dallas make their homes here – our residents have many wonderful choices of highly rated public schools alongside highly regarded private educational choices like The Cistercian Academy and The Highlands School.
From condos and upscale apartment living located along the train line to executive enclaves with celebrity residents, Las Colinas, the 12,000-acre home to one of the finest, visionary master-planned communities in the country, offers a variety of diverse and harmonious housing opportunities to our residents and is the envy of cities and developers around the world. With the Champion 5-Diamond Four Seasons Resort and Sports Club, the Las Colinas Country Club and Hackberry Creek Country Club, the master-planned 22-mile Campion Trail and greenbelt along the Elm Fork and West Fork of the Trinity River and 127-acre Lake Carolyn, spending outdoor time in our community is exciting and only steps from your own doorstep. Great care has been taken to maintain environmental and green spaces with many supplementary canals and 56 beautiful small lakes to be enjoyed.
Irving’s Heritage District is a charming part of town with a historic Main Street, museums honoring the city’s past and important landmarks. A trip here isn’t just historic relics and looking into the past. With an abundance of restaurants, shops, parks and events, the Irving Heritage District is as bustling today as it was when the city was founded in the early 1900s. South Irving is full of delightful older homes combined with new construction neighborhoods and has something to offer every taste and style.
The Irving Convention Center is just one phase of a mixed-use entertainment district that includes a 350-room Westin Convention Center Hotel and the $173 million entertainment complex, anchored by an 8,000-seat indoor/outdoor amphitheater, the Pavilion at The Irving Music Factory, operated by Live Nation. This 18-acre entertainment venue offers retail, including numerous restaurants, commercial spaces, an Alamo Drafthouse Cinema and other indoor, and outdoor, entertainment opportunities. Water Street off Lake Carolyn is a quick 3-minute walk down the street, offering even more choices in dining and retail.
From a multi-million-dollar home to a quaint and charming bungalow, upscale condominium or apartment or something in between, our community has a home, and a range of wonderful activities and offerings for everyone and every taste and style.