Irving’s Downtown Heritage Crossing District is On the Move

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Renovation and restoration are reshaping one of Irving’s most charming areas. The district – with its parks, plazas, vintage feel, historic homes and even a stop on the Trinity Railway Express (Downtown Irving/Heritage Crossing Station) – is a great place to be, and newcomers are buying into the vision.

Just take a walk down Main Street to see the momentum. During the past several years, restaurants including Big State Fountain and Grill and Di Rosani’s have opened or remodeled, while mainstays like Villa’s and Glory House Bistro continue to offer downtown dining. Boutiques, a cake shop and other retail stores line area streets.

A farmers market, operated by Four Seasons Markets, will open this summer along Main Street between Irving Boulevard and Rock Island Road. The city will close that portion of Main Street to allow residents to shop casually every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Read more about the new farmers market and other new additions coming soon.

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