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Old 02-26-2018, 08:53 AM
 
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Isn’t River Park Drive and Bryant Irvin in the River Hollow too close to Ridglea, which is supposed to be a bad area?

Could you tell me the general boundaries of bad areas in Fort Worth to avoid?

I know Campus Drive near TCC South Campus and Wyatts High School is one of them. That’s where I will be working at. How is commute from Cityview?

Inside of loop 820 is interesting because the quality of neighborhoods can change dramatically from street to street. Westover Hills for example is a VERY rich area, like multi million $$ mansions. But go south across I30 like a quarter of a mile you are in Como which is a very low income high crime area. Its hard to narrow it down unless you get out and drive around and see for yourself.
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Old 03-04-2018, 10:25 PM
 
Location: DFW, Texas
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I was in Fort Worth for 3 days recently. I really enjoyed the area. During my time, I did the following activities:

1) I visited Kimball Art Museum.
2) I visited Fort Worth Botanic Garden.
3) I ate at Cotton Patch Cafe in South Arlington off I-30.
4) I satisfied my sweet craving at Pops-N-Cream in Downtown Fort Worth.
5) I drove out to Lake Worth.

Cityview area off Bryant Irvin Rd. is very nice. I paid deposit to secure a place to live.

I’m surprised to see that Fort Worth is more hilly with more trees compared to the rest of DFW.

I’m also impressed with walking/biking trails by Trinity River.

I can’t wait to move in a few weeks!
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Old 03-07-2018, 03:46 PM
 
Location: Texas
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Husband and I LOVE to walk on the Trinity Trail, typically off University Drive nearer to downtown. You HAVE to watch for kamikazi bikers that want to kill you, though.

I love the Cityview area, actually drive to the Costco over there, my hairstylist (Lacey at Shelton's) is there off Hulen as is my nail place (Nails & Beyond) and my dry cleaner (Twin Kell - the BEST in Fort Worth) are on Camp Bowie. I usually make a day of it, driving from north Fort Worth. Sort of my old neighborhood and I miss it.

There is a LOT of traffic in that area - popular shopping area, etc.

Welcome to Fort Worth!!
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Old 03-11-2018, 09:53 AM
 
Location: TX
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I was in Fort Worth for 3 days recently. I really enjoyed the area. During my time, I did the following activities:

1) I visited Kimball Art Museum.
2) I visited Fort Worth Botanic Garden.
3) I ate at Cotton Patch Cafe in South Arlington off I-30.
4) I satisfied my sweet craving at Pops-N-Cream in Downtown Fort Worth.
5) I drove out to Lake Worth.

Cityview area off Bryant Irvin Rd. is very nice. I paid deposit to secure a place to live.

I’m surprised to see that Fort Worth is more hilly with more trees compared to the rest of DFW.

I’m also impressed with walking/biking trails by Trinity River.

I can’t wait to move in a few weeks!
Now we just gotta get you to some better eating places! Nothing wrong with Cotton, but there are SO many places to try.
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Old 04-23-2018, 12:09 PM
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Chuck Norris was here

IMG_2582 by James Fremont, on Flickr
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Old 12-05-2018, 07:44 AM
 
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IMO Fort Worth and the surrounding areas are a hidden jewel. I've been there on many occasions, and stayed there for a few months on temporary assignment and absolutely LOVED it. It is one of my favorite places (period).
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Old 09-05-2020, 04:31 PM
 
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Looks like Trinity Lakes is no longer a vision but a reality. This development is huge for East Fort Worth and will make East Fort Worth a destination for decades to come.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.sta...244935422.html
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