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Fort Worth - A Growing City

Fort Worth - A Growing City

From the Stockyards to Sundance Square, Fort Worth offers a unique blend of cowboys, culture and character to locals and visitors alike. Fort Worth's population continues to boom as people flock to the city for the steady economy, world class entertainment and laid back lifestyle that consistently rank it at the top of "America's Most Livable Cities."

The recent growth has led the city to seek smarter solutions to handle major population increases. The most well-known plan is the Panther Island Plan (formerly Trinity Uptown).

The plan for this area is a road map for smart, sustainable redevelopment of our city's core. It will transform a once-neglected section of the Trinity River into a vibrant riverfront neighborhood with major opportunities for living, employment, education and recreation. Setting it apart from other mixed use development opportunities, this plan creates 12 miles of urban waterfront development potential.

Fort Worth Development News

 

(Star-Telegram, 2013)

 

(Property Manager Insider, 2013)

 

Fort Worth was ranked no. 4 on the list of “Best Large Cities in U.S. for Jobs” in 2013
(NewGeography.com, 2013)

 

(Site Selection Magazine, 2013)

 

(CEO Magazine, 2012)

 

(New Geography.com, 2012)

 

(Site Selection Magazine, 2012)

 

The Dallas-Fort Worth area named America’s fourth-best market for corporate relocation and expansion
(Site Selection Magazine, 2012)

 

Fort Worth is the fastest-growing city in North Texas
(NCTCOG, 2012)

 

(U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2011)

 

Dallas-Fort Worth's population is fastest-growing in the U.S.
(Fort Worth Business Press)

 

(Forbes, 2012)

 

(Site Selection, 2011)

 

(CNBC, 2011)

 

(Forbes, 2011)

 

Fort Worth named fastest-growing major metropolitan area in U.S. 
(U.S. Census Bureau, 2011)

 

(U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2011)

 

(The Business Journals on Numbers, 2011)

 

Fort Worth selected as a recipient of the All-American City designation 
(National Civic League, 2011)

 

(CNBC, 2010)

 

(Brookings Institution, 2009)

 

(Livability, 2011)

 

Fort Worth is nation's 5th Best City for Jobs.
(Forbes, 2008)

 

(Popular Science, 2008)

 

Fort Worth 9th for Fortune Small Business "Live and Launch" 
(Fortune Small Business, 2008)

 

Dallas-Fort Worth area ranked 2nd for corporate facilities
(Star-Telegram, 2009)

 

Metroplex enjoys solid growth 
(Star-Telegram)