UPTOWN: Pedestrian-friendly and vibrant with its variety of quality housing—luxury and more moderately priced apartments, town-homes, condominiums and historic single-family homes. Uptown is the neighborhood of choice where residents, office workers and visitors enjoy the neighborhood boutiques, restaurants and entertainment options. Hop on the restored vintage trolleys of the M-Line or explore beyond the cobble-stone paved streets of McKinney Avenue that lead to exceptional cultural and recreational destinations—Katy Trail to the AT&T Performing Arts Center, Klyde Warren Park, Dallas Museum of Art and American Airlines Center.
DALLAS FARMERS MARKET: Fresh, urban neighborhood. The Farmers Market District is an area in southeastern downtown Dallas, Texas. It lies south of the Main Street District, north of the Cedars, west of Deep Ellum, northeast of the Convention Center District, and southeast of the Government District. Privatized in June 2013 and the first time since December 1941, Dallas’ downtown farmers market is no longer under the control of the City.
DOWNTOWN: High-rises and historic architecture perfectly paired! Aesthetically significant and resiliently constructed buildings of yesteryear are alive and engaged for the future of Dallas. Downtown Dallas is recognized for its thriving business environment that attracts Fortune 100 companies to relocate and entrepreneurs and developers to invest. Live, work and play in the heart of the city!
WHITE ROCK LAKE (EAST DALLAS) : Enjoy the serenity of lake-front luxury surrounded by the comforts of green, lush land! White-Rock Lake is the largest man-made urban lake in the country– nine miles around and is enjoyed by a continuous stream of cyclists, runners, and walkers. Living in the perfect lakefront home or estate offers residents and visitors many outdoor options!
- Certified sites for National Audubon Society bird watchers
- Sailing clubs, rowing clubs, and cultural events including the Dallas Arboretum
- Neighborhoods that surround the White Rock Lake area include: Forest Hills, Little Forest Hills, Lakewood, The Cloisters, Casa Linda, Lake Highlands, Lake Park Estates, Lakewood, Old Lake Highlands, Peninsula and West Lawther Drive.
- There is plenty of roaming space among the wide lawns, mixed with a presence of French Eclectic and English Tudor, Colonial Revival and Spanish Eclectic-style homes–to newly built developments, deep lots and wooded hills overlooking White Rock Reservoir.