Hurst is a suburb of Fort Worth, but considered one of the Mid-Cities between Fort Worth and Dallas. Population estimates from the 2010 census put the number of residents at just under 37,500.
This pleasant, middle-income city boasts access to some of the strongest public schools in Texas. Most students are served by the well-regarded Hurst-Euless-Bedford Independent School District. Some, however, are able to attend schools in the highly ranked Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District.
Great shopping and recreation
Hurst is home to the North East Mall, the second largest enclosed shopping area in Texas and the 47th largest in the United States. Located just 10 minutes east of downtown Fort Worth, the North East Mall has a variety of mid to high-end stores, ranging from Sears and JCPenney to Dillard’s and Nordstrom.
Adjacent to this popular mall is the 18-screen Rave Cinema. The Shops at the North East Mall are also nearby and include a number of discount big-box stores such as PetSmart, Best Buy, DSW Shoe Warehouse and Bed Bath & Beyond.
For individuals seeking green recreational spaces, there’s Chisholm Park. This area covers 50 acres and offers opportunities for swimming, fishing or watching Hurst-area youth athletic team sports. It even has 1.5 jogging/trail system and fitness course.
Great place to live
Individuals seeking homes in Hurst will find anything from apartments to townhouses to homes. But because Hurst is a middle-income area, housing does tend more toward the modest than the luxurious.
Herman Boswell Property Management knows Hurst, Texas
Hurst is just one of the Metroplex cities that Herman Boswell Property Management serves. We understand the needs of both landlords and tenants, which is why so many North Texans have been doing business with us for the last 25 years.
For expert service in tenant relations, property/business management and so much more, count on HB Property Management!