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Great Neighborhoods

Irving is a city of great neighborhoods, each with its own unique character and appeal. Whether you prefer a home in a well-established part of the city, a new subdivision or the convenience of apartment living with an urban feel, Irving offers everyone an ideal location to call home.

Several of Irving’s neighborhoods are among the most popular for urban sophisticates in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, due to the availability of jobs, transportation and its central location in the Metroplex. In fact, Irving’s 75060 zip code was recently recognized as “the hottest in Texas and one of the hottest in the nation for home sales” by

These are just a few of Irving’s many great neighborhoods:

Las Colinas offers the best of both worlds with housing options that range from the Urban Center’s high-end, contemporary apartments walkable to the city’s hottest dining and entertainment to approximately 15 distinct and quiet neighborhoods featuring expansive, upscale homes combined with exceptional lifestyle amenities. Las Colinas is a deed-restricted section of Irving.

Valley Ranch offers its residents canals, walk paths and lush green spaces that meander through its well-established neighborhoods, which feature an abundance of housing options. Both single- and multi-family homes are plentiful and range from modern and affordable to designer luxury. Valley Ranch is also a deed-restricted area that lies north of I-635.

The Hospital District, adjacent to Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Irving, is a quiet, older section of the city offering traditional homes on streets lined by mature shade trees.

The Heritage District is Irving’s birthplace and features an eclectic mix of old and new homes that offer easy walkability locally owned dining and entertainment options. The Heritage District is also home to a stop on the Trinity Rail Express, offering easy access to a fun adventure in Fort Worth.

Northgate Heights is a small, friendly neighborhood, offering affordable homes on tree-lined streets.

To learn more, visit the City of Irving’s full list of neighborhoods associations