Garland Gay Neighborhoods
As a city that’s been ranked one of the Top 100 Places to Live and a Best City for Working Parents, Garland, Texas, is quite popular for anyone who wants to move to the Dallas-Fort Worth area but doesn’t want to be in the metro area. It’s just a quick 45 minute drive from Garland to the heart of the DFW area. It is home to more than 226,000 people, so it’s not exactly a small town, but it’s smaller than Dallas.
A number of LGBT individuals and couples live in Garland. It’s known for being one of the more welcoming cities in the area. There’s a lot to do here, too. The Plaza Theater, Granville Arts Center, and Pace House all offer great artwork and artistic performances. Garland is also home to Amberton University and a branch of Richland College.
Thinking of moving here? You won’t really find a gay neighborhood in Garland—most people head over to Dallas for its gay bars and clubs. What you will find is affordable homes. Condos run from $74,000 to $290,000. If you’d like a single-family home, you’ll likely pay between $100,000 and $260,000.