Thursday July 21, 2016
As homebuilders in DFW, Normandy Homes knows that when first moving to Dallas-Fort Worth, it can be a little overwhelming because there is just so much to know. That’s why, today, Normandy Homes is sharing a few things you need to know before moving to Dallas-Fort Worth.
There is easy access to public transportation that can take you pretty much anywhere you may need to go in the metroplex. The DART (Dallas Area Rapid Transit) system has 72 miles of light rail and 120 bus routes to get you where you need to go.
Whether you want to live in the heart of the city or in a more laidback suburban area, there are plenty of great neighborhoods to choose from. Regardless of whether you’re just starting your family or are empty nesters looking for a change, Dallas-Fort Worth is a perfect area to call home.
Arts and Culture
The Dallas Theater Center is one of the finest in the nation. The Dallas Art District is a feast for the senses with the Dallas Museum of Art, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas Black Dance Theatre and more!
Sports are a huge deal in Dallas-Fort Worth with dozens of semi-professional and professional teams. No matter what your favorite sport is, chances are, you can find it in the DFW metroplex.
Not only are there amazing private and public primary education options, but Dallas-Fort Worth also has many exceptional secondary educational options. Students can attend great universities such as Texas Woman’s University, University of North Texas, Texas Christian University and Southern Methodist University.
One thing there’s never a shortage of in Dallas-Fort Worth is jobs. There are hundreds of major employers here that are always looking for more workers. Some of the biggest employers are American Airlines, Bank of America and Texas Health Resources.
There are a lot of homebuilders in DFW, but Normandy Homes stands out because we only build our modern homes in the best, most convenient areas. To learn more about our communities and new homes in DFW, visit the Normandy Homes website today.
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