Dallas, Texas – March 20, 2019 – With a population of more than one million, Dallas has a population density of approximately 2,500 people per square mile.
That’s roughly half the national average and the highest in the country.
However, there are a lot of reasons why Dallas is the fastest growing major metro area in the US, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau.
One of the biggest reasons is that the city is a very small metro area with a population that’s about the size of Manhattan.
The number of people in the Dallas area has grown by over 2,000 people per day for the last five years, according a recent report from the University of Texas at Arlington.
The report, which surveyed more than 2,400 people, found that the population of the Dallas metro area has increased by more than 400,000 per day over the last two years.
Dallas has the fourth-highest number of births in the United States, and the fifth-highest share of the population that lives below the poverty line.
While Dallas has become a major transportation hub for Americans looking to travel, it also has one of the lowest unemployment rates in the nation, according the U-T report.
The jobless rate in the metro area is 6.3 percent, down from 6.6 percent in January 2018.
But Dallas is also the most diverse area of the United Kingdom, with a large immigrant population, a large black and Latino population, and a small minority population that has historically voted Democratic.
According to the UTA report, about one in four people in Dallas live in poverty, a number that is higher than the national figure of one in five.
This means that there are more than 1.8 million people in that population.
But as a percentage of the overall metro area, Dallas’ unemployment rate is far below the national rate of 5.3%.
The unemployment rate for Dallas is lower than that of New York City, where the unemployment rate stands at 11.5 percent.
The Dallas metro is also a prime destination for tourists, according.
The city’s population density is more than 10 times the national level, with an average daily average of more that 30,000 visitors per day, according UTA.
As of February 2018, more than 12 million visitors had visited Dallas in the last six months.
The majority of the visitors came from out of state, with tourists from California, Texas, Florida, and New York all visiting Dallas at a greater rate than from out-of-state visitors.
The most popular activity for Dallas tourists in the past six months was dining, according data from Travelocity.
There were more than 5.5 million restaurant visits to Dallas in February 2018.
In the past year, more hotels have opened in the city, with more than 3,000 more hotel rooms in the works, according Austin-based Marriott International.
The hotel industry is expected to add more than $9 billion to the local economy over the next five years.
The American Institute of Architects has also called Dallas the best place to live for Millennials, according its 2017 report.
“Dallas is an exceptional place to be a Millennial, and it’s a place that’s going to be hard to leave if you’re planning to go on a big trip,” says Tom Lien, president and CEO of the American Institute for Architects.
“We believe that Dallas is a top-notch destination for young people to live, work, and visit and that’s what we’re excited to be celebrating in 2019,” he says.
A growing number of restaurants and bars are taking advantage of Dallas’ growing dining scene to attract the younger crowd that has become the city’s mainstay.
“Downtown Dallas is one of my favorite parts of the city to visit,” says Ryan Burchard, co-owner of The Green Spot.
“It’s the most hipster part of town, and everyone is so welcoming.
They really enjoy the energy and vibe, and that definitely helps draw people in.”
The Green Stove, a popular Dallas restaurant that specializes in fresh, local food, is looking to expand in the next year.
The Green Street, a well-known Dallas bar and restaurant, has also expanded its dining offerings, with the addition of a new patio that is located in the back of the restaurant.
“They are a great fit,” says Burchards co-owners Chris and Michelle Sargent.
“The bar and patio are really good, and I think it’s going, and we’ll see how it works out.”
In addition to dining and entertainment, the new Green Street restaurant is offering a “downtown style” menu featuring a rotating menu, from seafood and grits to burgers and sandwiches.
The restaurant is also opening a pop-up beer bar, which will offer an array of craft beers, including a rotating list of regional and national breweries.
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