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Fort Worth was established in 1849 as an army outpost on a bluff overlooking the Trinity River. Fort Worth has historically been a center of the longhorn cattle trade. It still embraces its Western heritage and traditional architecture and design.

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GEO Coordinates:

Lat: 32.8010236
Long: -97.4294029

1. Arlington Heights, TX

Arlington Heights is a neighborhood in Fort Worth, Texas.

A Denver, Colorado-originating promoter named H. B. Chamberlain bought 2,000 acres (810 ha) of land from a Chicago financier named Tom Hurley and Robert McCart. He attempted to develop Arlington Heights, but a hotel he built, Ye Arlington Inn, burned in 1894 and he died in a bicycle accident in London. Arlington Heights was developed after the United States moved military personnel in the surrounding area in World War I.[1]

Joyce E. Williams, a sociologist who wrote Black Community Control: A Study of Transition in a Texas Ghetto, wrote that almost all of the Lake Como women worked in Arlington Heights. Those women referred to it as “Little California”, a reference to a fantasy idea of the state of California.

2. Ridglea Hills, TX

On the West Side of Fort Worth, between Camp Bowie Boulevard and Vickery, Ridglea Hills is a vibrant and energetic neighborhood. Just six miles west of Fort Worth‘s Central Business District, Ridglea Hills is an eclectic part of town that offers easy access to everything in West Fort Worth, the Cultural District as well as fabulous shopping and amazing restaurants.