About Las Colinas
Spanish for, “the hills,” Las Colinas is a 12,000-acre master planned community known worldwide for its quality as a major business center. The community’s central location between Dallas and Fort Worth as well as the DFW International Airport makes it an attractive location for business and commerce. A part of Irving, Las Colinas is home to 2,000-plus corporations and the global headquarters of five Fortune 500 companies, with a taxable base of more than $7 billion.
Las Colinas is also home to the world’s largest equestrian sculpture, the bronze Mustangs of Las Colinas, which gallop across the granite stream in Williams Square. A free museum featuring this dramatic sculpture is open Wednesday through Saturday, 11am to 4pm. Lake Carolyn and the Mandalay Canal wind through the urban center while the Las Colinas APT rides high overhead connecting the various office towers. The Las Colinas Flower Clock is located at the intersection of John Carpenter Freeway and O’Conner Road. This unique outdoor floral clock is seasonally replanted and resembles similar clocks found across Europe.
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