At A Glance
The city of Dallas is the largest inland metropolitan area in the US without sea linkage. Situated at the convergence of four major interstate highways with a fifth interstate loop around it, Dallas remains a centrally located national transit hub and major inland port for shipping and logistics companies.
While the central business district remains home to diverse Fortune 500 companies from defense and financial services to IT and transportation, the dense Dallas submarket of Irving continues to attract the attention of investors and decision makers. Centrally located between Dallas and Fort Worth, Irving offers convenient access to the Dallas Fort Worth International Airport and the Metroplex as a whole. A place that balances an urban lifestyle with a true sense of community, The Las Colinas Entertainment District continues to attract both top talent and decision makers alike. Recognised for its dense concentration of walkable amenities in The Las Colinas Urban Center, from the Toyota Music Factory to the Water Street development and the Irving Convention Center, the thriving corporate landscape of Irving continues to drive market attention.
2013-2017(1): U.S. average 2.2% 4.2%
2014-2018(2): U.S. average 1.8% 3.0%
2014-2018(3): U.S. average 0.7% 2.0%
- (1) U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis
- (2) U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
- (3) U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division