About IrvingIrving's proximity to the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport fuels its prosperous service economy. Las Colinas Urban Center, the city's centerpiece, is a 12,000-acre development featuring high-rise office buildings housing hundreds of multinational companies. Shops, restaurants and outdoor cafes line the Mandalay Canal, which runs through the heart of the center.
Also of particular interest is the Irving Arts Center, which contains two performance theaters, four art galleries and a sculpture garden. Heritage Park, at Main and Second streets, features some historic structures including one of the city's original cabins, a windmill and a reconstructed railroad depot. Nearby stands Heritage House , 303 S. O'Connor Rd., which was built in 1912 and is one of Irving's oldest homes; phone (972) 252-3838.
Visitor Centers Irving Convention and Visitors Bureau
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