Grapevine Economic Development
A historic downtown with boutique shopping, gourmet restaurants, and live music. A nationally recognized and coveted school district. A relaxing lake atmosphere and family festivals for recreation.
Now picture this.
The 4th busiest airport in the United States, rotating 200,000 potential customers a day. The largest value retail and entertainment mall in the Southwest. A corporate convention hub, with more than 6,000 hotel rooms citywide, all generating foot traffic year round.
Where can you find all this, and more, in one city? Grapevine, Texas – truly a place that has something for everyone.
Just between Dallas and Fort Worth, Grapevine’s central location gives plenty of options to residents and visitors, and seven intersecting highways make the city accessible and visible. Grapevine, among a tapestry of other DFW suburbs, stands alone in its versatility in business, entertainment, and housing.
On one hand, the city embraces a distinct Texas history, utilizing its classic Main Street with unique shops, quaint bistros, and community activities.
On the other, Grapevine’s corporate culture attracts national retailers and industries. Grapevine Mills Mall attracts thousands of destination shoppers daily and national chains fill restaurant row. Full-scale facilities such as the Great Wolf Lodge and the Gaylord Texan drive a tourism and convention industry second to none.
Also diverse residentially, Grapevine’s established upscale neighborhoods continue to thrive and cater to a family-based community. In addition, soon-to-be-finished luxury housing developments will offer amenities and entertainment simply not found elsewhere.
It is Grapevine’s unique combination of classic and modern that makes the city the centerpiece of DFW, a city where Main Street meets the world.
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