Irving Convention & Visitors Bureau

Heritage District

The Heritage District in Irving was the first area designed by city founders J.O. Schulze and Otis Brown in 1903 on 80 acres of land. The former railroad town has seen numerous changes since, but continues to preserve the city's historic influences.

Visitors to the Heritage District in Irving can shop in colorful antique shops and dine at a classic soda shop and pharmacy, all in a relaxing small town square atmosphere.


Heritage Park


Capture the history that is still alive in Heritage Park of Irving, Texas. Take a stroll through Heritage Park, one of the most charming Irving attractions. Heritage Park is located in the heart of the Heritage District in Irving and contains the Caster Cabin built in 1887, a depot symbolizing the Rock Island Depot built in 1903, and Irving's first water tower, windmill, and library.


The Future of the Heritage District in Irving


The vision for the future of the Heritage District in Irving is to create a mixed-use community with retail shops along the sidewalk and business offices or apartments on the upper levels.  The redevelopment of the Heritage District in Irving will also include unique townhomes and single family residences.

For more information on development and re-development in the Heritage District, send an email to heritagecrossing@cityofirving.org, or click here.

 

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