A mixture of Western heritage and world class culture, Fort Worth has always stayed true to its roots. Over 150 years of pioneering history have shaped "Cowtown," and while we embrace our heritage, we're not confined to it.
Today, Fort Worth is the second-largest city in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. With a youthful population of more than 792,000, Fort Worth is a progressive, growing city - the country's 16th largest. The median age is 30 years old, which is not surprising since it attracts young people looking for a less hectic, more laidback lifestyle. Homes and real estate are affordable and some of the best in the country, starting in the $100s. Dozens of businesses are relocating or expanding here every year. Discover Fort Worth and all it has to offer.
Fort Worth offers its residents the best of both worlds. You are only a half-hour from Big D and its surrounding neighborhoods. Sports fans are only 15 minutes away from AT&T Stadium and the Globe Life Ballpark. At the same time, you are right on top of a more intimate art and social scene flourishing with downtown's Bass Performance Hall, the Kimbell and Modern Art Museums, dining, entertainment and shopping in Sundance Square and the old West feel of the Stockyards. In an electic mood? Visit the Near Southside.
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