A Labor Day Weekend Review Of Summer Posts

We hope you’re planning a safe and happy Labor Day weekend. We all work hard in one way or another and deserve a break from the usual for something special.

Have you been following my Fort Worth real estate blog closely this summer? If you’re using the weekend to think about your current or next hometown and haven’t been watching my blog, you may find these 5 summer posts interesting and useful:

1. What To Do On Friday Night In Fort Worth

Get to know Fort Worth’s best places for fun in this post. One of the most common questions I get is “What do people do around here for fun?” And of course, there are lots of answers – depending on what you like. Fort Worth has a place that’s right for any kind of night.

2. Is Fort Worth’s Southside Ready To Become A Medical Innovation Hub?

If you work in the medical field, take note: Long before it was branded the Near Southside, locals called the area south of I-30 from downtown the Medical District. Now, Fort Worth officials are making a push to create a world-class medical innovation hub among the eclectic old and new buildings and recent influx of residents and businesses.

3. When Will Palo Pinto Mountains State Park Open?

Fort Worth residents will eventually have a new option for a weekend getaway. For nearly a decade, Fort Worth residents have been waiting for the opening of their new playground, a state park in the hills just over an hour from the city. But where do things stand today? Will Palo Pinto Mountains State Park ever open? There’s good news.

4. Fort Worth’s Extensive Public Park System Expanding With Old Golf Course

There’s also good news for southeast Fort Worth residents and potential residents: Within 2 years, an area near downtown Fort Worth could have a new public park. It will be 66 acres and include 2 ponds along Sycamore Creek – and residents in the area know right where to look for it.

5. Chisholm Trail Community Center Extends Fort Worth’s Reach Southward

I know that it’s easy to feel forgotten if you live in far southwest Fort Worth. But the sleek, modern Chisholm Trail Community Center is a visible sign that the city hasn’t forgotten about our new neighbors to the south. Plus, there’s a massive new shopping area developing nearby.

It’s been a busy summer, but as it winds down and your attention turns to other things, take a few moments to enjoy everything we have going for us in and around Fort Worth. And check out some of these posts you may have missed. As we approach autumn, it’s down to business for me – helping as many people as possible find homes of their own in Fort Worth and across North Texas.


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