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Britain Way Apartments With plenty of outdoor and indoor space, you've found the lifestyle you've been looking for. Make yourself at home. Your lifestyle is defined in the details. We put the conveniences of life and the beauty of nature within your reach.
Irving TX, 75061
Enjoy luxury amenities such as flagstone fireplaces, garden tubs, oversized walk-in closet, and many more!
Irving TX, 75038
Polaris..A Home to Take Pride In.
Irving TX, 75038
Spacious Floor Plans with New Appliances...Centrally Located Near DFW Airport...Easy Freeway Access, Minutes to Downtown Dallas and Fort Worth...
Irving TX, 75061
Welcome home to Montoro Apartments in Irving, Texas. This pet friendly gated community is centrally located. Montoro offers one & two bedroom apartments for rent with amenities such as spacious closets, wood laminate floors, full size washer/dryer connections, woodbuning fireplaces updated lighting, & fixtures. The community features 3 beautiful swuimming pools, new business/fitness center, dog park & soon a large playground! Come see all Montoro Apartments has to offer by stopping by today!
Irving TX, 75061
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Overview of Irving
The wide selection of apartments and rentals in Irving, TX, offer plenty of choices for those relocating to this suburban Dallas community. Irving also opens up new possibilities for those seeking to relocate within the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Anchored by the two large cities, the Metroplex is the hub of North Central Texas. Irving is located just west of Dallas.
Living in Irving, TX
In 1899, Gorbit was the original name for the area now known as Irving. By the mid 1890s, it was called Kit. The small town had a blacksmith shop, two cotton gins, a general store, a church or two and little else. In 1903, present-day Irving was founded by Otto Schulze and Otis Brown. It is believed that the town was named for author Washington Irving. Growth was slow until the 1930s, but didn't really take off until the 1960s when the population hit about 45,000. Now, more than 216,000 people make their home here.
In 1972, Las Colinas was developed in Irving by cattle rancher Ben Carpenter. It was one of the earliest master planned communities in the country and covers more than 12,000 acres. It includes townhomes, single-family homes, apartment complexes, lofts, hotels, golf courses, a lake and offices for more than 2000 companies, among other things. The area also includes retail outlets, eateries, a River Walk-style canal system and the Irving Convention Center.
People are drawn to Irving because of its sunny climate, suburban lifestyle, affordable cost of living, job opportunities and the many amenities that come with being part of such a large Metroplex. Popular Irving neighborhoods include: North Irving, South Irving, Las Brisas Hills, Valley Ranch, the Arts District and Las Colinas.
Irving Work & Study
Irving's major employers include CitiGroup, Verizon, Microsoft and the Irving Mall. A number of name-brand corporations maintain offices in Irving, including ExxonMobil, Hostess Brands, Research in Motion (maker of the Blackberry), Nokia-America and Kimberly-Clark. Plus residents can easily commute to jobs throughout the Metroplex, opening many potential opportunities for job seekers. The Dallas area has a diverse economy. Major industries include defense, information technology and financial services. In recent years, it has earned a reputation as a center for high-tech jobs.
For higher education, the University of Dallas is located in Irving. This private, independent Catholic university opened in 1956 and specializes in international studies. The Dallas Community College District also operates the North Lake College in Irving. Dallas is brimming with institutes of higher learning, offering many additional choices for a college education.
Irving Cost of Living
Irving's cost of living is about 4 percent below the country's average. This means you can squeeze a bit more out of your dollar than in some of the area's other suburbs. Starting monthly rent on a one-bedroom apartment is about $450, although you'll find a much wider selection in the higher $500s. Two bedrooms typically rent for $800 to $900, but you can find some starting at $650. If upscale living is more your style, Irving has a terrific selection of rentals to meet your needs. Luxury apartments and lofts with added amenities, upgraded features and fixtures, and views are available at higher monthly rents of $900 to $1,200 for a one-bedroom. For family living, you can choose from among single family homes, condos and townhomes.
Irving Attractions & Entertainment
One of the most popular attractions in Irving is the "Mustangs of Las Colinas" sculpture. It is the world's largest horse sculpture in which nine Mustangs "gallop" across real water. The artist Richard Glen's work took up residence in Williams Square Plaza in 1984. Also in Las Colinas is the Flower Clock at the corner of Highway 114 and O'Connor Road. The flower arrangements change seasonally on this 37-foot clock.
For anyone ever involved in Scouting, a trip to the National Scouting Museum is a must. The city's Irving Arts Center is a hub for more than 300 cultural events each year. It has four galleries, two theaters and a sculptural garden. For everyday fun, you can't go wrong with the entertainment, eateries, nightlife, golf and shopping in Las Colinas.
Irving Special Events
Irving has a few special events of note. Events include the annual St. Patrick's Day Celebrations including a parade, the Memorial Day Celebrations to honor the nation's war veterans, the Independence Day Celebration with festivities around the city and the New Year's Eve in Las Colinas, in Irving's downtown area.
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