The Toadies, Eleven Hundred Springs, Bleachers (the band, not the stands), Kip Moore, big restaurant openings and Texas Rangers away-game watch parties will all be a part of the big celebration at the big Arlington entertainment venue.
The North Texas cold-treat scene keeps growing, with a new liquid-nitrogen shop in Fort Worth, a gelato place that gets artistic with its scoops, a frozen-yogurt shop getting into the crazy-shake game and more. Also: we visit some off-the-beaten path scoops shops
Carvana has succeeded in selling used cars to customers online. Now, Texas dealerships are upping the ante by joining with tech firm Joydrive and selling both used and new cars to buyers who never have to set foot in the showroom.
Arlington's AT&T Stadium is a candidate to host some 2026 FIFA World Cup games, but it could play an even more prominent role. It's one of just three sites under consideration to host the final match — which is typically watched by a television audience of more than 1 billion.
An 3-square-mile area that's home to several breweries is going to get more. But Funky Picnic Brewery & Cafe, due to open in 2019, also plans to live up to the 'Cafe' part of its name with its on-site kitchen.
Despite tax incentives from Fort Worth, IKEA is canceling plans to build a furniture store near the Presidio shopping area, along Interstate 35W and U.S. 287. City officials say the developer will look for a new partner to move to the site.
In a neighborhood as popular as Fort Worth's Near Southside, it's tough to hold the line on housing costs. But a group known as Near Southside Inc. has a handful of strategies that appear to be working.
A massive apartment construction boom is under way in the Fort Worth area, but almost all of the units are priced for tenants with six-figure salaries. Where is someone who moves to town for an entry-level job supposed to live?
The loss of Sears leaves west Fort Worth's Ridgmar Mall with just one anchor, JCPenney. But mall officials have an aggressive plan to redevelop the property into a mixed-use venue with apartments and attractions such as SeaQuest.
In a city with no shortage of tacos, Bartaco has opened in the WestBend center on University Drive. Despite the Northeast roots, it has a local connection, and it plans to be a player in this shell game.
Dallas-Fort Worth's population growth today is similar to what Los Angeles experienced in the 1980s, a JLL real estate researcher says. The trend signals a boon for construction industries, but also a concern for those worried about traffic and housing costs.
The Circle J&B Ranch south of Seymour is on the market with an asking price of $12.5 million. The 3,266-acre ranch is known for quail hunting and preservation, and is also known for dove, deer, turkey and other wildlife. It features an eight-room ranch house and rock bottom swimming pool.