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  • The city of Hurst was named in 1909 as a mere depot after William Letchworth Hurst after he agreed to let the railroad lay track connecting Fort Worth and Dallas on his land with the condition that a stop be established there and given his name. Hurst finally became a city in 1952 with a total population of only 3,000. Today, Hurst is home to approximately 40,143 people, covers a mere 9.92 square miles and offers residents a quiet, suburban lifestyle complete with good schools and plenty of parks just minutes from the world-class economic, employment, and entertainment opportunities of the DFW metroplex. Located in northeast Tarrant County, approximately 15 minutes from both Dallas and Fort Worth, the cities of Hurst, Euless, and Bedford make up the area known as the “Mid-Cities.”

Shopping and Dining

American Eagle, Bath & Body Works, Foot Locker, Fossil, Gap, Macy’s, and Sephora can all be found at the North East Mall in Hurst. The mall is also home to Five Guys Burgers and Fries, Chipotle, Chick-fil-A, Genghis Grill, and a number of other well-known eateries. Two Sister’s Restaurant in Hurst is a local favorite for Cajun and Creole cuisine. Don’t let the bare-bones décor fool you – the shrimp etouffee, fried okra, and po’ boy sandwiches are fantastic! Other popular Hurst restaurants include Abuelo’s, BJ’s Restaurant & Brew house, and Café Medi.

Parks and Recreation

Hurst real estate includes a significant amount of parkland and open spaces and is also home to two waterparks: Central Aquatics Center and Chisholm Aquatics Center. Additional slides, a wave pool, and a lazy river are key features of the NRH2O Family Water Park in nearby Richland Hills. Six Flags Over Texas is located in nearby Arlington.

Sports fans are in luck, Hurst is only a short drive away from AT&T Stadium (Home of the Dallas Cowboys football), Texas Motor Speedway, and Choctaw Stadium (formerly called “Globe Life Park, the home of Texas Rangers baseball).


Hurst real estate appeals to many family budgets and is close to everything the DFW area has to offer. Median home cost in Hurst is $223,000 as of 2017.

Schools, Health, Transportation

With 13 elementary schools, two junior high schools, and two high schools, the Hurst-Euless-Bedford Independent School District is one of the largest suburban school districts in Texas. It is also one of the most highly rated, with schools in the top 10% nationwide. For higher education, the The University of Texas at Arlington is close to all three cities in the Mid-Cities area.

The cities’ prime location in the DFW area means Hurst residents have their choice of facilities for medical care. Southwest Surgical Hospital is located in Hurst. The Texas Health Harris Methodist Hurst-Euless-Bedford Hospital is located in Bedford. North Hills Hospital is nearby in North Richland Hills. The Baylor Scott & White Medical Center at Grapevine is about six miles from Euless, and the Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital is just seven miles from Bedford. Cook Children’s Pediatrics in Hurst provides pediatric urgent care, diagnostic imaging, and surgical services to the region’s children.

The Trinity Railway Express runs right through the Mid-Cities area and offers regular commuter rail service to both Fort Worth and Dallas. There also are two Amtrak stations within 20 miles of Bedford and Euless (one in Fort Worth and one in Dallas), and the Dallas/Ft. Worth International Airport is less than 10 miles away.

Presented by Minteer Real Estate Team. If you are thinking about buying or selling a home in Hurst, give us a call at (817) 481-8890 or send us an email to explore your options and to find out when is the best time for you to make a move.

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