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Condo Arlington, TX

Are you looking into buying a condo, but you are unsure where to buy one? Well, a condo in Arlington, TX, is something you should consider. Arlington, TX, has a wealth of great condos and neighborhoods to choose from. Whether you want to buy a condo and settle in the city or in the suburbs, there’s something for everyone. Buying a condo Arlington, TX, gives you safety and exposes you to hundreds of exciting things to do in your free time. Endless live music, professional sports, thrilling entertainment activities, and vibrant nightlife are just highlights of what you get after getting yourself a condo in Arlington, TX.


Before the 1840s, the Comanche, Cherokee, Tonkawa, and Caddo Indians inhabited the Arlington area. The area near the present-day Lake Arlington was one of the largest Indian settlements in the U.S. On May 24, 1841, General Edward H. Tarrant attacked the Indian settlement at the Village Creek area, leading to the displacement of the Indian tribes and opening of the area to white settlers. The fertile soils and water from Trinity River and its tributaries attracted farmers to the Arlington area who grew cotton, hay, potatoes, corn, oats, and peanuts. In 1875, a post office was established in the area and named Hayster, after a presbyterian minister named Andrew S. Hayter. However, in 1877, the post office was renamed Arlington after Rober E. Lee’s home in Arlington County, Virginia. As per the 1880 Census, Arlington, TX, only had two physicians, three drug stores, eight general merchants, and a total population of 275 people. In July 1876, Arlington residents saw the first train, which opened the area to several economic activities like the distribution and shipment of farm produce. A mineral well whose water was believed to have curative powers was also a major attraction and served as a meeting point for various groups. Later in 1951, the well was permanently closed due to increased traffic. By the 1900s, Arlington, TX, was booming with activity. The city now had restaurants, secret rooms for gamblers, a horse racing track, and the population grew to 3,031 people by 1925. In 1933, betting was made legal in Arlington, TX. After World War II, Arlington was one of the fastest-growing suburbs in the U.S.

Things to do in Arlington

Arlington, TX boasts a long list of fun things to do and see for both kids and adults. Whatever your budget is, there’s something for everyone: theme parks, museums, art galleries, concerts, etc. Some of the best places to visit in Arlington, TX, include;

AT&T Stadium
If you are a football lover, AT&T Stadium isn’t a new thing to your ears. The stadium, home to the Dallas Cowboys, hosts many sports and entertainment events. With a seating capacity of 80,000 people, it is one of the largest stadiums in the country. Even if you aren’t interested in catching a game in the stadium, you can still visit and marvel at the striking facility and take a few photos for bragging rights. Except when there’s an ongoing match, the stadium is open for visitors wanting to learn a few things about the facility.

Six Flags Over Texas
Whether you are looking for fun things to do with friends and family, Six Flags Over Texas has something for all. They have family and kids rides, thrill rides for adrenaline junkies, live shows, souvenir shops, and a magical dining experience. There’s always something happening here, so be on the lookout for upcoming shows and events that you don’t want to miss.

River Legacy Park
If you love nature and outdoor activities, the River Legacy Park is a must-visit. The 1,300-acre park features the Life Science Center, where you can learn about the birds, plants, fish, and mammals that call this park home. Other activities to enjoy in this park include; hiking, biking, picnicking, and kayaking on the river.

Adventure At Lake Arlington
Located 20 minutes from downtown Arlington is the magnificent Lake Arlington, always buzzing with fun activities. Go fishing, kayaking, jet-skiing, golfing, picnicking, or host a party at one of their exceptional facilities.

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Arlington is a large city in north Texas and the southern United States. It is located in Tarrant County, and it’s the second-largest city in the county after Fort Worth. Arlington, TX, is also the largest city in Texas that happens not to be a county seat. The city is located between Dallas and Fort Worth, and it’s part of the mid-cities that form the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington metropolitan statistical area. Arlington, TX, lies approximately 12 miles to the east of downtown Fort Worth and 20 miles to the west of downtown Dallas. Some of the neighboring cities you could visit from Arlington, TX, include; Irving, Fort Worth, Dallas, Addison, Burleson, and Lewisville.

Arlington demographics

Arlington’s population has been growing since it was founded, and it is the 48th most populated city in the country, with a population density of 4,187 people per square mile. According to the 2020 census, Arlington, TX had 394,266 people, with Whites forming the largest group, followed by Hispanic and Black or African Americans. The median household income between 2016 and 2020 was $63, 351 and the poverty rate stood at 14.2%. Eighty-five percent of the people aged 25 years and above had at least a high school degree or higher, while 30.9% had a Bachelor’s degree or higher. The median age of Arlington’s residents was 33.6.

The city that started as an agricultural city has now diversified, and various industries contribute to the city’s economy. Retail trade, manufacturing, and healthcare are some of the largest industries in Arlington, TX. If you are looking for a job after buying a condo in Arlington, TX, you can check out some of the city’s biggest employers; Texas Health Resources, Six Flags Over Texas, General Motor, Arlington Independent School District, and the University of Texas at Arlington.

Arts in Arlington

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If art is your life, then you are welcome to buy a condo Arlington, TX, the heart of thriving arts and culture. Arlington, TX offers residents hundreds of arts and entertainment options all year round–free and paid ones. So, even when you are short on money, you can still get lots of entertainment in Arlington, Texas.

Located in downtown Arlington, the Arlington Museum of Art (AMA) is a must-visit for all art lovers. Stroll through the museum and get to enjoy some of the best pieces of artwork. The museum also partners with Arlington Independent School District (AISD) to showcase students’ artwork for an entire month yearly.

At the University of Texas at Arlington, you will find a gallery that features paintings, drawings, sculptures, and performance arts by renowned artists. Senior students also get to have their work featured throughout the year.

Not so much into arts, but love yourself some good music? Not a problem. Arlington, TX, has it all. Cozy up and prepare for a pulsating music experience at the Levitt Pavilion. Levitt Pavilion is home to more than 50 free outdoor concerts every year where they serve you all genres of music from Jazz, folk, soul, country, and blues. You've also got to catch a live concert at the Arlington Music Hall, where they feature top artists all year round.

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Schools in Arlington

Once you buy a condo in Arlington, TX, you will never have to cross the borders looking for good schools. Arlington has several top-rated public and private schools that you can choose from. Arlington Independent School District, with 75 schools, is the primary school district serving Arlington residents. Other independent school districts that serve this city include; Kennedale, Fort Worth, and Mansfield Independent school districts. D P Morris Elementary School, Viridian Elementary School, Arlington Classics Academy - Middle School, T A Howard Middle School, Arlington Collegiate High School, and Tccse Early College High S At Timberview are some of the top-rated public schools you can enroll your children in Arlington, TX. Founded in 1895, the University of Texas at Arlington is one of the region's leading institutions of higher learning. It’s also the second-largest institution in the University of Texas system, trailing the University of Texas at Austin, its main campus. With over 42,000 students, UTA offers more than 300 degrees and is internationally recognized for its nanotechnology research program. Other institutions of higher learning in Arlington, TX, include; Tarrant County College (TCC), Arlington Baptist College, and the University of Phoenix Arlington.

Why Arlington?

Arlington, TX, is one of the most desirable places to buy a condo and settle down. A low cost of living, many tourist attractions, and high-performing schools that prepare students for more than just graduation attract people to Arlington, TX. It’s no wonder that SmartAsset named Arlington, TX, the best city to raise a family in the U.S. Arlington's central location also makes it a superb place for people wanting to settle outside but not so far away from Dallas. And like the rest of Texas, Arlington residents don’t pay income taxes–this has attracted top corporations to the city, increasing job opportunities for residents.


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