Arlington is the seventh most populous city in Texas and the fiftieth most populous city in the United States. East of Fort Worth and South of Dallas, it is home to the University of Texas at Arlington. The new homes being developed in the area are mostly medium to larger sized homes. These tend to be anywhere from three bedrooms and two bathrooms to impressive five bedroom homes with four full bathrooms.
The different neighborhoods and living communities of Arlington all have a lot to offer. Take a peek at some of the unique details about these places to live. At the southwest corner of Arlington lies the neighborhood of Tate Springs. Here is the place where large family-size homes can be found in a suburban setting. While some homes here have been around since the 70’s, there are also plenty of new developments that have been popping up since 2000. Even further southwest, by the southern leg of Lake Arlington, is Lindberg, which is another suburban community with a population of mostly average incomes. Go a ways south of I-20 and you will encounter the community of Webb. Also a place where there are lots of medium to large sized houses, Webb is a very high-demand area which has the characteristic of being a place with lots of newer developments.
Arlington has more people who work with Texas Health Resources than do anywhere else in the city. This company is a non-profit that operates a network of hospitals throughout North Texas. The next biggest employers are both in education. Number two is the Arlington Independent School District, while number three is University of Texas at Arlington. The local Six Flags amusement park also employs a lot of people. As Arlington is home to a General Motors Assembly Plant, a large portion of the population are also employed as assembly workers.