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A host of new apartments, bars, restaurants, and much of the best shopping in town which makes it highly desirable with young professionals and empty-nesters looking for an urban lifestyle.
Older buildings are being transformed into shiny mixed-use developments and drawing new shops, restaurants, and bars to the city center – downtown Dallas is becoming a live-work-play community all its own.
Named for the two primary roads that connect over Highway 75. Filled with shops, bars and eateries that radiate out in all directions. It is North of the Uptown neighborhood and East and South of the enclave of Highland Park.
A master-planned residential and commercial district that surrounds the American Airlines Center. It is transforming into a vibrant, pedestrian friendly, & sustainable neighborhood connecting Uptown to the Design District.
Northeast Dallas continues to be a popular neighborhood for couples and young families who want to be close to downtown and near White Rock Lake. Known for its tree-lined streets and historic homes.
Known for its appreciation for art, live music, nightlife, entertainment venues, and fantastic brunch spots all located just East of Downtown. Many of the music venues use graffiti artists to advertise music shows.
Home to several of Dallas’ most important hospitals and research institutions, recent years have brought new housing to the neighborhood that largely serves the professionals who work in the district.
Known for its home-decor showrooms and warehouses, with its enviable proximity to downtown and easy highway access. It is bordered by I-35E on the north and east, Wycliff Avenue and the Trinity River levee on the west.
Oak Lawn has long been the center of Dallas’ gay community. The neighborhood bars and clubs still draw big crowds each weekend but there are plenty of quieter streets of charming duplexes, plus luxury living along Turtle Creek.
A blend of Uptown, Oak Lawn & Highland Park. It has beautifully landscaped trails and easy access to the Katy Trail that make it highly desirable for outdoor enthusiasts. It is also home to some of the best restaurants that Dallas has to offer.
One of the most walkable shopping and dining districts. Boasts high-end retail shops and an incredible collection of boutiques with easy access to the DART Rail, McKinney Avenue Trolley, & the Katy Trail.
The Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge and the Continental Avenue pedestrian bridge have forged a connection between West Dallas and the rest of the city. New developments are bringing substantial investments into an area long neglected.