NTX Magazine Volume 2 - Page 37

Feature Story Relocations to offer. The new GE Locomotive Plant is just another vote of confidence in Fort Worth’s future as a leader in business development, technology and transportation.” Unmatched Quality of Life While North Texas’ business-friendly environment may open the door for many companies looking to expand or relocate into the U.S., the quality of life offered in the region is what solidifies the commitment. With more than 150 municipalities within the 12-county area, the options are limitless when it comes to finding a community to call home. Access to a robust arts community is also a big draw for employees. Many cities across the region are home to community theaters and museums, and both Dallas and Fort Worth boast large cultural districts. The Dallas Arts District is home to the AT&T Performing Arts Center – the largest performing arts center built in the U.S. since Lincoln Center in New York – as well as many renowned museums: the Dallas Museum of Art, the Nasher Sculpture Center, the Perot Museum of Nature and Science and the Crow Collection of Asian Art. Fort Worth’s Cultural District is home to Bass Performance Hall in Sundance Square, the Kimbell Art Museum, the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth and the National Bass Performance Hall Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame. While the Dallas-Fort Worth region is growing at a tremendous rate, the area still retains its welcoming environment and attractive spirit. From cement, steel, and electric power to strong families and an educated workforce, great things are made in Midlothian, Texas. Come visit us, just 30 minutes from both Dallas and Fort Worth, and discover how your next move can be the start of something great! 310 North 9th Street, Suite A, Midlothian, Texas 76065 • 972-723-3800 www.Midlothian-TX.org www.ntc-dfw.org NTX Magazine 35