Welcome To The River District
Make your home right by the Trinity River in Fort Worth’s next-big-thing neighborhood, a buzzy new high-end hotspot with oodles of outdoor recreation. Nestled in a scenic elbow of the river around White Settlement Road, the 276-acre River District embraces the natural waterfront landscape.
Developers are crafting a forward-thinking community with gathering places, grassy lawns, and miles of trails for hiking and biking. It will also be an epicenter for shopping, dining, and entertainment.
Up-and-coming area with huge potential and two miles of Trinity River frontage. Although the River District is still very much a work in progress, its major appeal is already easy to understand. New homes, new restaurants, new shops—it’s pretty much a whole new neighborhood.
Soon the neighborhood will welcome Crystal Springs on the River, an entertainment complex with an outdoor amphitheater and live music venues. But you don’t have to wait to enjoy the perks of a River District lifestyle. Artsy boutiques, eclectic cafes, and waterfront gyms are already moving in.
Laid-back indoor/outdoor living for nature lovers and active types who want quick access to the city. It’s the best of both worlds. Foodies, music lovers, and social butterflies will all find something to love in this exciting new neighborhood.
The River District has a relaxed waterfront vibe even though it’s less than 10 minutes to the West 7th corridor. Sundance Square, Magnolia Avenue, and the Stockyards are just a little further. But expect the River District to rival all of these areas when fully developed. Up next: watch for the arrival of the Truck Yard, a 15,000-square-foot outdoor food truck park and beer garden.
Single-family homes and townhouses, including new builds and high-end gated communities that overlook the Trinity River. Luxury developments include Rivercrest Bluffs (the toniest neighborhood with clifftop views), River Heights (townhomes and single-family houses), The Grove (smaller garden homes), and The Parkland (townhomes around a courtyard).
There’s also riverfront land still waiting to be developed. For buyers looking for a brand-new home that is close to Downtown, the River District is one of the only places to find it.
Recreation, a tranquil natural setting, and amazing proximity to the Trinity River. In the River District, it’s all about lifestyle—from the up-cycling home store to the Insta-friendly murals scattered about. It’s a haven for independent, locally owned businesses and the people who want to support them.
Everything is close at hand; you can shop, dine, work, play, hit the trails, or paddle the river. Watch the River District grow into one of Fort Worth’s most enviable addresses.