Dallas and the surrounding cities cover a lot of square footage—9,286 square feet to be exact. The city is dynamic and the outlying areas hold plenty of charm. Go exploring.
Frisco is growing like crazy. Soon we might even call our region Dallas - Fort Worth - Frisco.
Plano is experiencing explosive growth in housing and entertainment.
McKinney - the Best Place to live in America, according to Money Magazine.
Allen is all about family entertainment in the form of Friday Night High School Football, Allen Event Center and activities for the kids.
The city of Irving is nestled in one of few hilly regions near DFW. Las Colinas, a mixed-use development within, was even given the name "The Hills" in Spanish. The rolling landscape meshed with more modern homes and complexes is a lovely sight.
Situated between Dallas and Fort Worth, Arlington and Grand Prairie are entertainment central.
Denton County includes many communities that offer a small-town lifestyle with a short drive to bigger-city conveniences.
This area north and east of Dallas is home to Telecom Corridor, Resistol hats, and rich communities of immigrant families.
Northeast of Fort Worth, covering Westlake, Southlake, Keller, Colleyville, Trophy Club, Grapevine, Hurst, Euless, and Bedford.