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From the five-acre Klyde Warren Park to the renowned Arts District, the Uptown/Downtown neighborhoods are full of people and excitement. Enjoy Late Nights in the Arts district every third Friday of every month, where the Dallas Museum of Art keeps its doors open till midnight while hosting special speakers, live performances, concerts, readings, film screenings, and kids programs with free admission. If you’re a foodie, you’ll love this neighborhood’s award-winning restaurants and hip bars. Catch a ride on the McKinney Avenue Trolley and discover incredible local shops and luxury retailers. Luxury high rises, smart live/work spaces, sophisticated mid rises and convenient townhomes welcome people from all walks of life.Click Here to Explore This Neighborhood
Bluffview is an upscale neighborhood in north Dallas, Texas, prized for its hilly topography and distinctive terrain features, many of which were formed from the streams and tributaries of Bachman Creek. The many cliffs overlooking Bachman Branch and its tributaries, as well as the gently rolling hills, towering trees and crisscrossing creeks has made this one of the most sought-after upscale neighborhoods in Dallas.Click Here to Explore This Neighborhood
Rich in history and legacy, University Park is home to SMU, considered the “Ivy of the South” and a great place for kids to attend summer camps and athletic events. Kids go to the nationally recognized Highland Park Independent Schools, and there are more than 20 parks and practice fields. Homes range from quaint cottage styles to large estates.Click Here to Explore This Neighborhood
Often considered the quintessential American neighborhood, Highland Park was created to be a respite from the stresses of early 19th century life. The town is known for the nationally recognized Highland Park Independent School District, whose alumni include actress Angie Harmon, baseball great Clayton Kershaw, and NFL quarterback Matthew Stafford and others.Click Here to Explore This Neighborhood
Appreciated for its winding streets, multi-acre lots, private lakes and distinct architecture, Preston Hollow is home to many of Dallas’ business, arts and political influencers. The area is just six miles from Downtown. In the 1930’s it became a popular location for people who wanted extra acreage for horses and stables. Today, Preston Hollow is renowned for its landmark mansions and rural feel with tree-lined streets that offer both privacy and a sense of community.Click Here to Explore This Neighborhood
Welcome to the incredible Turtle Creek neighborhood, located just between Downtown and Highland Park. People who visit this tree-lined section of Dallas often remark that it has the look and feel of Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Here, vertical homes with terrace views overlook huge trees that form a canopy over Turtle Creek. Right across the street is the Katy Trail, a popular destination for runners, bicyclists and people who like to walk to area shops and restaurants like the renowned Rosewood Mansion. Turtle Creek is also known for the historic trolley that runs right it and connects with neighborhoods in the West End and the Arts District.Click Here to Explore This Neighborhood
There’s an unmistakable vibe to Lakewood. Foodies, hipsters, yuppies, artists, grandparents and kiddos happily mix and mingle in this community known for outdoor activities and community support. It’s a community that embraces nature, with the Lake and its 15 miles of trails and many tributaries serving as a giant playground to those who live and visit here. Many of the neighborhoods’ iconic homes were built in the 1920s by architects such as Charles Dilbeck and Clifford Hutsell, who also influenced the look of local gathering places like the Lakewood Shopping Center.Click Here to Explore This Neighborhood
One of the hidden gems on the west side of Dallas near Highland Park, this neighborhood was designed back in the 1920s. It was created in the “English Common” tradition, meaning it has clusters of homes built around private parkways with huge trees. This innovative plan means that Greenway Parks is very pedestrian-oriented, yet it’s just minutes to shopping, dining and movies at Highland Park Village.Click Here to Explore This Neighborhood
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