What is North Texas you ask?
It is a 9,000-square-mile, 13-county region that is home to 7.2 million people.
North Texas is made up of 150 cities – including Dallas and Fort Worth – with 14 of those cities boasting a population of more than 100,000.
If North Texas were a state, our population would tie Washington state as the 13th most populated, and our GDP would be 9th, putting us between New Jersey and North Carolina.
North Texas has the most diverse economy in Texas and the 6th highest concentration of tech workers in the U.S.
North Texans are young and energetic – the median age is 34.
And, North Texas is accessible. DFW International Airport and a robust network of Interstate highways allows us to get beyond Points A and B.