Introduction: Garland’s slogan is “Where Things are Made,” which refers to Garland’s diverse industries that manufacture goods such as Kraft Foods, Resistol hats, oilfield equipment and various aluminum products. Garland population of over 235,000 residents ranks as the 12th largest in Texas and the 91st largest nationwide. Garland residents enjoy six recreation facilities, over 2,880 acres of parks, a nature preserve and the western shores of Lake Ray Hubbard. Garland offers many affordable neighborhoods with a variety of home builders and styles. Garland Independent School District serves most of the city’s students. Garland ISD educates 57,000 students across 71 campuses, and it ranks as the 2nd largest school district in Dallas County. The remainder of Garland students are served by the Dallas, Mesquite and Richardson Independent School Districts. With downtown Dallas less than 15 miles away, Garland has a suburban feel with Dallas easily in reach via the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) and other major roadways.


Entertainment: Firewheel Town Center is a Main Street-style shopping, dining and entertainment destination conveniently located next to the President George Bush Turnpike. Firewheel Town Center features over 125 stores, making it the perfect one-stop shop for all your retail needs. Those looking for a delicious meal will love the restaurants selections with favorites like Gloria’s, Bar Louie and Houlihan’s while movie buffs will feel right at home in 18 screen AMC/IMAX Theatre. Wrap up your time in the Firewheel area with a trip to the top-ranked Firewheel Golf Park for afternoon of fun out on the links.  


Historical: Garland’s historical roots were developed by a rivalry between two early settlements, Embree and Duck Creek. As each of the settlements grew, a dispute arose as to which town should have the local post office. To resolve the dispute, the post office placed between the two towns. The new location was named after U.S. Attorney General Augustus Hill Garland. Soon after, the towns of Embree and Duck Creek were combined to form the City of Garland, which was later incorporated in 1891.

RESIDE Zoning | 20.55 Acre(s)
AGRICU Zoning | 15.57 Acre(s)
1 Story(s) | 39,980 SqFt | 39,980 Office SqFt
MULTIF,RETAIL Zoning | 9.98 Acre(s)
2 Building(s) | 22,016 SqFt | 32 Unit(s)
AGRICU,RESIDE Zoning | 22.30 Acre(s)
MULTIF Zoning | 16.00 Acre(s)
MULTIF Zoning | 26.54 Acre(s)
OFFICE Zoning | 4.44 Acre(s)
1 Story(s) | 10,500 SqFt | 8,400 Office SqFt
1 Story(s) | 2,904 SqFt | 2,904 Office SqFt
4 Bed(s) | 6 Total Bath(s) | 7,510 SqFt
2 Story(s) | 8,566 SqFt | 8,600 Office SqFt
1 Story(s) | 4,026 SqFt | 4,026 Office SqFt
RESIDE Zoning | 3.60 Acre(s)
OTHER Zoning | 9.92 Acre(s)
7 Bed(s) | 8 Total Bath(s) | 9,241 SqFt
1 Story(s) | 2,304 SqFt
AGRICU Zoning | 4.64 Acre(s)
OTHER Zoning | 3.34 Acre(s)
1 Story(s) | 3,987 SqFt
1 Story(s) | 4,955 SqFt | 4,955 Office SqFt
1 Story(s) | 4,000 SqFt | 4,000 Office SqFt
5 Bed(s) | 5 Total Bath(s) | 4,568 SqFt


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Price RangePercentListings Available
$0K - $100K25.60%161
$100K - $200K37.36%235
$200K - $300K19.71%124
$300K - $400K9.06%57
$400K - $500K3.82%24
$500K - $600K1.27%8
$600K - $700K0.64%4
$700K - $800K0.95%6
$800K - $900K0.32%2
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